Emigration from the Maritimes/John Myers Collection
Scope and Contents
Interviews about immigration from the Maritime Provinces to Maine.
- Creation: 1978
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Language of Materials
NA1186 Alice F. Stewart, interviewed by John Myers, spring 1978, Orono, Maine. Stewart talks about the Stewart family and its emigration from New Brunswick to Maine.
Text: brief catalog Recording: mfc_na1186_t1245_01 1 hour
NA1187 Edgar and Ruth McKay, interviewed by John Myers, spring 1978, Orono, Maine. The McKays talk about the McKay family; emigration from Nova Scotia to Boston and its social implications.
Text: brief catalog Recording: mfc_na1187_t1246_01 1 hour
NA1188 Jonathan Myers, interviewed by John Myers, spring 1978, Orono, Maine. Myers talks about the Myers family and its emigration from the Maritimes to Orono, Maine.
Text: brief catalog Recording: mfc_na1188_t1247_01, mfc_na1188_t1247_02 1 hour
NA1196 James Campbell, interviewed by John Myers, spring 1978, Brewer, Maine. Campbell talks about his emigration from Prince Edward Island to Brewer; Maine and his life there and here; also sings four songs.
Text: brief catalog Recording: mfc_na1196_t1255_t1256_01, mfc_na1196_t1255_t1256_02 1 1/2 hours
NA1203 James Campbell, interviewed by John Myers and Art Ruston, summer 1978, Brewer, Maine. Campbell talks about immigration from Prince Edward Island; woods work; railroad work; sings several ballads.
Text: brief catalog Recording: mfc_na1203_t1261_01 1 hour
Existence and Location of Originals
Located at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress: AFC 2012/047 https://lccn.loc.gov/2013655211.
Materials Specific Details
Audio files are the primary source material. Transcriptions are the transcriber's best effort to convert audio to text, but should be considered secondary to the audio.
- Guide to Emigration from the Maritimes/John Myers Collection
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- Thomas Libby
- May 2018
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