Tarr, Josephine M., Interview

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Title: Tarr, Josephine M., Interview
Subject: Lifestyle, Medicine, Religion, Racism, Discrimination
Description: Josephine was interviewed on February 27, 1984 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She describes the house that her father built containing homemade furniture and was heated by a woodstove. Josephine discusses her first job as a candy striper in Fort Qu’Appelle that paid twenty four dollars a month and where she went from there. Josephine also discusses her family’s chores, food sources, work, language, social life, music, clothing, medicine, discrimination, and religion.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: 1984/02/27
Type: Text Document
Format: application/pdf
Language: English
Alternate Title: Métis Oral History Project 1984
Date of Copyright: May 30, 2003
Coverage: Saskatoon, Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan
GDI Media Location: GDI Oral Histories Interviews
GDI Media Filename: Tarr, Josephine M. (V. Racette).pdf

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