Isle au Haut (Me.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Gooden Grant, interviewed by David Taylor
Abstract 0773 Gooden Grant, interviewed by David Taylor, July 11, and August 10, 1973, Stonington, Maine. July 11, 1973: Grant discusses catching lobsters with hoop nets and traps; Isle au Haut lobster factory; selling to lobster smacks; mackerel seineing; culling board and sizes of marketable lobsters; pogey fishing with father; steam trawlers in pogey fishery; running lobster smacks for McLoon Lobster Co.; Friendship sloops; farms on Isle au Haut; dory factory at Bucksport; Tom Nickerson; fishing...
Dates: May 16, 1997
Isle Au Haut Oral History Project Collection
Series of interviews with longtime residents of Isle Au Haut concerning the history of the island community.
Turner Family Papers
Identifier: SpC MS 0511
Collection contains personal papers of the Turner family of Isle au Haut, Maine. The collection also contains a photograph album of scenes of Isle au Haut, 1886-1963, many taken by John C. Turner, depicting buildings, people, the harbor, vessels, etc. Postcards of island scenes are also included. Diaries of John Turner, 1867-1886, and financial and legal papers are also present in the collection.