Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Maine -- Protest movements
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
1009 Earl Allen, interviewed by Meris Bickford, November 12 -14, 1975, in Orono, Maine. Allen discusses his childhood in northern Maine during the 1940s and 50s; opposition to the Vietnam War; women’s liberation and equality; being a Maine nativist; working in the television business; characteristics of his generation; and the growing necessity of a college education. Text: 34 pp. transcript plus 4 pp. catalog. Recording: T 1020, CD 2002 ¾ hour.
Collection contains Harriet Price's papers documenting her work with Maine's Native American population and her activities as a citizen opposed to the war in Vietnam. Also contains publications on Maine Indian laws and legal issues and a collection of articles from Maine newspapers concerning Maine Indian land claims, 1977-1987.
The collection contains material concerning student political activity on the University of Maine campus at Orono during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It includes materials about Students for a Democratic Society, Young Workers Liberation League, General Left Caucus, Vietnam War protests, student strike in May 1970, position papers, and correspondence.
“This is Maine, Baby, Not Berkeley: Vietnam Era Protest at the University of Maine, 1964-1973,” by Laura Finkel
A series of fifteen interviews recorded between 1994 - 1997 by Laura Finkel concerning anti-war movement, protests, and activities on the campus at the University of Maine during the Vietnam War era (1964 - 1973).
2550 Walter “Bud” Schoenberger and Maralyn Schoenberger, interviewed by Laura Finkel, November 8, 1996, Orono, Maine. Tapes: 1 cassette (1.5 hours) w/ complete transcript. The Schoenbergers talk about the Vietnam Era protests and activities on the campus of the University of Maine at Orono (1968 – 1973). Deposited by Laura Finkel in August 1998. Text: transcript (missing). Recording: C 1653 / CD 2215 1.5 hours.