Item AAAB5098 - Bessie Rosenau and Vivian Shirran interview

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Bessie Rosenau and Vivian Shirran interview

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  • 1981-09 [date recorded] (Creation)

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RECORDED: Canim Lake (B.C.), 1981-09 SUMMARY: These sisters tell the story of coming to Canim Lake from Washington State by covered wagon. They had a homestead, but had to live in a houseboat for the winter. Their parents ran a trap line, and had to leave their four girls for a week at a time.

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Emery Scott, 1982-07-19


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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-267.

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  • Copyright Status: Undetermined.

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Accession number(s): T3986

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speaker: Bessie Ellen Rosenau, speaker: Vivian Kathlene Shirran, interviewer: Emery Lee Scott

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