StoryCorps @ Curtis
Rodney (77) talks to his sister Micheline (69) about growing up in small town Brunswick, Maine. Their grandparents were French and they spoke mostly French at home. They tell funny family stories and talk about their close-knit community.
Rose-Anne Pinette (80) and Claircy Bernier talk about growing up French-Canadian in Brunswick, ME, their friendship and their family.
Marie (75) talks to her cousin Phyllis (64) about growing up in Brunswick, Maine. She remembers being placed in an orphanage and what a struggle that experience was for her.
Raymond Morin (64) interviews his father, Joseph Morin (87) about growing up in Brunswick, ME, his family, and his work as a machinist/carpenter.
Walter (74) and his sister Nancy (75) remember growing up in Brunswick, Maine and remember favorite stories of their grandmother.
Jennifer Blanchard (39) interviews her friend and colleague, John Cross (60), about the history of Brunswick, ME, his family, and working at Bowdoin
Rita (83) talks with her sister Doris (75) about growing up in Brunswick, Maine and favorite family memories. They remember how their mom and Rita both worked in the mill and what life was like in the close knit community.
Valencia Pinette (86) and Robert Biette (86) talk about growing up in Brunswick, ME, coming from a French-Canadian family, and their education.
Jill Glaser (27) interviews Raymond A. Duval (80) about growing up French-Canadian in Brunswick, ME, his education, and life after college.
Mitra (32), SC Facilitator, interviews Ruth about the history of the Franco-American community in Brunswick, ME. They also talk about Ruth’s family.
William Morin (68) and Richard Lord (78) share their experiences growing up as French Canadians in Brunswick, ME.
Spouses, Lena Fluet (75) and Ronald Fluet (76) have a conversation about growing up together in Brunswick and look back at their lives with one another.
Carmen (73) talks with her childhood friend Joanne (73) about growing up in Brunswick, Maine and their experiences in Franco-American families. They share their favorite memories of each other.
Irving “Sonny” Brackett (71) describes his family history in Brunswick and their life and work in the textile mills in town.