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Lillian Huntley

This is an interview with Lillian Huntley. She describes the story of herself and her family, from before she was born, to her life growing up on Beals Island.





Gwendolyn Elkin

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Suggested citation: Huntley, Lillian, The Jonesport Historical Society Oral History Interview, Transcribed by Mapping Oceans Stories 2020 class in collaboration with The First Coast, (March 1st, 2006), by Charlie Alley and Bill Plaskon, 14 pages, Maine Sound and Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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