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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 0460 Arthur Gray, Cheryl Ann, Jim Thibodeau, and Jim Jackson, interviewed by Laura Stevens for FO 2, spring of 1968, Brewer, Hermon, and Levant, Maine. Accession includes a student paper and an accompanying tape reel. Gray (Brewer), Ann and Thibodeau (Hermon), Jackson (Brewer), and Stevens (Orono) talk about lore pertaining to horses: horse markings and physical features (such as “pig eyes”) and their meanings; Indian legend of the origin of the Appaloosa; a horse trading story; cures for horse...
Abstract 1077 George Bagley, interviewed by Ronald Bean, July 15, 21, and 22, 1976, at the home of Earl Grass. Text: 15 pp. detailed catalog. Recordings: T 1098 - T 1100 / CD 1038 - CD 1042. July 15, 1976 Bagley talks about jobs he held when he was young; his first job working in the woods; learning how to drive horses; the horses he owned throughout his life; where horses could be sold when they became too old; where horses were purchased; horse medicine; and hauling logs as a teamster. Text: 6 pp....