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Katie O'Neill interview
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1 audio reel (ca. 30 min) : 19 cm/sec, 1 track, mono ; 18 cm
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SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Katie O'Neill : the Veasy, O'Neill and Alexander families PERIOD COVERED: 1860s-1944 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1966-09-09 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Katie O'Neill speaks about her mother, Marianne Veasy coming out from New York with her family who pre-empted the Bonaparte Ranch outside of Ashcroft (1860's). After her mother and father, Charles Patrick O'Neill, were married they went to Barkerville (1879), there were 3 children in the family and her father worked as a blacksmith. Following her father's death, her mother married James M;orrison Lindsey Alexander and the family moved to the Queen Charlotte Islands to take up cattle ranching, later moving to Port Simpson. She relates childhood memories of the cattle ranch in the Queen ;Charlotte Islands near Masset and growing up in Port Simpson c.1900. She talks about the Minskinisht village, Rev. Robert Tomlinson and her position as telegraph operator at Minskinisht (1906-1909), and the wreck of the "Mount Royal". She later trained as a nurse (1909) and worked in Victoria. Katie O'Neill nursed Emily Carr in 1944 during her old age and she relates some memories and impressions.
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Imbert Orchard, 1974-1975
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A digital copy is available. Please contact staff for further information.
1 preservation disc(s) made from original or master audio reel(s), 2003-11-01.
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Accession number(s): T1231
Previously described as AAAB1361
Orchard ; S-42/1
speaker: Katie O'Neill, interviewer: Imbert Orchard, sound recording: Ian Stephen
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- Carr, Emily (Subject)