Rodrigue, Barry H.
- Existence: 1949-
Dr. Rodrigue worked at USM for many years. He has donated a large amount of material over the years to NAFOH related to the Canadian Road, Chechnya, Alaska, guest lectures in his classes, Thomas Plant, etc. Sometimes he was the donor (such as for an oral history interview done by a student or guest lectures) and other times he was the creator or co-creator ("A Castle in the Clouds: Tom Plant and the American Dream" or interviews he conducted).
Biographical information: Dr. Rodrigue graduated from college in 1974.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Series of interviews by historian Barry H. Rodrigue on life in Alaska.
Materials donated by Barry H. Rodrigue (primarily of USM).
Series of interviews by historian Barry Rodrigue on immigration into Maine from Quebec along the route known as the Canada Road, which includes Route 201. The Canada Road ran from the Quebec border through Dennistown, Jackman, Moose River, West Forks, The Forks, and Caratunk, to Moscow and Bingham, Maine. 2373 Rodrigue, Barry H. July 1995.
NA4426 James “Jim” Tierney, interviewed by Barry Rodrigue, October 30, 2016, at Brunswick, Maine. Tierney discusses how he entered the field of social work and becoming the Regional Director of the Portland, Maine office of the Department of Human Services right out of graduate school, at a time when social services programs were accelerating in growth. Recording: mfc_na4424_01A & mfc_na4424_01B. Time: 01:03:48
Series of interviews by historian Barry H. Rodrigue on Judge Albert Béliveau and Franco- American life in Maine during the 19th and 20th century.
This collection contains items deposited by Barry H. Rodrigue that aren’t specifically part of his other collections.
Oral History of the University of Southern Maine's School of Social Work / Barry H. Rodrigue Collection
A collection of interviews from 2016 and 2017 related to the origin and history of the School of Social Work at the University of Southern Maine (USM). Interviews conducted by Dr. Barry H. Rodrigue and Sandra Wachholz. Materials: 22 cassette tapes, 16 release forms/biographical data forms/audio and video recording logs, 2 binders with institutional history, 41 pp. collection index (digitized).
NA4431 Papers related to the Center for Grieving Children compiled by researchers Sandra Wachholz and Barry Rodrique as part of their research into the history of the University of Southern Maine's School of Social Work. Documents include photocopies of newspaper articles, documents pertaining to the establishment of the Center for Grieving Children and its creators, promotional materials from the Center, and Sandra Wachholz research notes. Text: 60p. No recording.
NA4430 Papers related to the history of the University of Southern Maine's School of Social Work compiled by researchers Sandra Wachholz and Barry Rodrique. The series includes copies of pages from the Gorham State College Catalog for 1968; and University of Maine at Portland-Gorham, Catalogs for 1970-1971; 1971-1972; 1972-1973; 1985-1986; 2001-2002; and email correspondence. Text: 85p. No recording.
NA4413 Penthea Burns, interviewed by Sandra Wachholz and Barry H. Rodrigue, March 8, 2017. Burns discusses why she chose her profession, her experiences, and working with Wabanaki communities that are disadvantaged by the Social Services structures. No transcript. Recording: mfc_na4413_01A & mfc_na4413_01B. Time: 00:50:56
NA4417 Tara C. Healy, interviewed by Barry H. Rodrigue and Sandra Wachholz, March 20, 2017, at the University of Southern Maine’s (USM) School of Social Work. Healy provide information about her personal, educational, and professional background; opting to work at USM, feeling the campus was less homophobic at the time. No transcript. Recording: mfc_na4417_01A & mfc_na4417_01B. Time: 00:42:18