Mrs. Alexandrine Nicolas interview

Show simple item record Nicolas, Alexandrine (Mrs.) Pearlstone, Carol 2009-04-20T22:06:39Z 2009-04-20T22:06:39Z 1973-07-11
dc.description 12 p. transcript of an interview with Mrs. Alexandrine Nicolas conducted by Carol Pearlstone on July 11, 1973. Tape number IH-136, transcript disc 23. en_US
dc.description.abstract Mrs. Nicolas, nee Fleury, was born in Duck Lake in 1887. After a brief period in the U.S. where she attended school she returned to the Duck Lake area where she has lived ever since. She shares her experiences of raising her family of ten plus three foster children, her childhood, schooling and life on a mixed farm including the Depression years. She also gives an account of the Frog Lake Massacre as told by her grandfather, and of relatives who fought in WWI, WWII and the Korean war. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Canadian Plains Research Centre en_US
dc.subject Adoption -- Foster homes en_US
dc.subject Agriculture -- Equipment en_US
dc.subject Agriculture -- Farming en_US
dc.subject Agriculture -- Cattle-raising en_US
dc.subject Depression (1930s) en_US
dc.subject Education en_US
dc.subject Education -- Day schools en_US
dc.subject Metis -- And agriculture en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Attitudes toward en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Frog Lake Massacre en_US
dc.subject Trade -- Practices en_US
dc.subject War, Korean -- Overseas experiences en_US
dc.subject World War I -- Overseas experiences en_US
dc.subject World War II -- Enlistment en_US
dc.subject Duck Lake, Saskatchewan en_US
dc.subject Dumont, Gabriel en_US
dc.subject Frog Lake, Saskatchewan en_US
dc.subject Riel, Louis en_US
dc.title Mrs. Alexandrine Nicolas interview en_US
dc.type Other en_US
dc.description.authorstatus Other en_US
dc.description.peerreview no en_US

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