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Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Personal narratives

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Clifford Chandler, interviewed by Susan “Sue” DeRose

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Abstract 1094 Clifford Chandler, interviewed by Susan “Sue” DeRose, November 17 – 22, 1976, Orono, Maine. Chandler discusses his childhood in Jonesport, Maine, including discipline, chores, and games; military service at a naval repair base in San Diego; his grandfather’s work as a rum-chaser enforcing Prohibition, competition among fishermen; seine fishing; working in a factory that canned seafood; similarities and differences in dating over the years; and his views on the Vietnam War as the father...
Dates: 1974-1980

Stephen E. Sterns, interviewed by Colleen Keef

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Abstract 1004 Stephen E. Sterns interviewed by Colleen Keef on November 2, 1975, Orono, Maine. Stearns, from Biddeford, Maine, discusses his childhood, games, and chores; working during his youth; his parents' gender roles; the assassinations of President Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr.; his views of the ideal man and woman; his service in Vietnam; his views on gun control, women's liberation, social hostility, hatred, and the media. Text: 35 pp. w/brief cat. and trans. Recording: T 1016. Approx....
Dates: 1974-1980

Stephen “Steve” McGowan, interviewed by Sara Treat

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Abstract 1012 Stephen “Steve” McGowan interviewed by Sara Treat, November 1, 1975, Orono, Maine. McGowan tells of his childhood and role of his stepmother; being laid off and its impacts; his experience in Vietnam as being better than many others; surplus of teachers in Maine; marijuana and how widespread its use was in the 1970s; Army control of media while in Vietnam and how that inhibited his understanding of the antiwar movement; and the women’s liberation movement and his objection to reverse...
Dates: 1974-1980