Ted Brown

This tape is part of the Salt Spring Sound Archives Project.

Mr. Brown talks about his life as a child in the Cranberry, attending the Cranberry School, and about the various jobs he had on the Island, particularly at sawmills.
SUBJECT LISTINGS:
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BROWN, TED
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SCHOOLS: Cranberry school; teachers 1910-2C
CRANBERRY SCHOOL
SAWMILLS: Bulman's Mill; Cusheon Cove Mill; James Seed Co. Mill; Tie mills, Kl & 2 mills; North West Lumber Co.; Singer
BULMAN'S MILL
CUSHEON COVE MILL
TIE MILLS: James Seed Co. mill; K1&2 mill; Singer mill; Mr. Howard Horel's mill
K1&2 MILLS
JAMES SEED CO. MILL
SINGER MILLS
HOREL'S TIE MILL
NORTH WEST LUMBER CO.
SHIPS: For shipping lumber; CPR BOATS, Iroquois; Lady Rose
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LADY ROSE
DEPRESSION 1929-39
UNEMPLOYMENT AND RELIEF
NAMES: Mr. Dukes; Chalmers; Gardiner;
Richard Toynbee; Magnessun; Keeley;
Nobbs family; Rogers family; Carter
family; Mason family; Mr. Singer;
New Bros; Mr. Drake; Mackenzie;
Howard Horel; James family DUKES, MR. CHALMERS, MR. GARDINER FAMILY TOYNBEE, RICHARD MAGNESSUN, MR.
LX. SANDWELL, RUTH
LXI. IROQOUIS

 

 

Accession Number   Interviewer Ruth Sandwell
Date August 21, 1990 Location  
Media tape Audio CD   mp3
ID 81