Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project
|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Ethan Schmidt||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Oral history interview with Ethan Schmidt, Sea Cadet and Astrophysicist. Engineer on a Gas Line and multiple ships out at sea.
|Alexus Reid||Oakdale, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Hans Laufer||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Hans Laufer, resident of Storrs, Connecticut, Research Professor at the University of Connecticut, Retired Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology focusing on Crustacean and Annelid Reproduction as well as aquaculture.
|Tanner Kern||Essex, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Len Sawyer||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Oral history interview with : Len Sawyer, resident of Mystic, Connecticut, retired lobsterman from the long Island Sound.
Recording format/notes: Recorded phone interview digitally, using one phone on speaker to talk, and another phone to record to the app “Voice memos”. Recorded at my computer desk at home while on the phone. Phone interview necessary during Coronavirus, otherwise, it would have been a physical face-to-face interview.
|Jack Hobert||Mystic, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Mary K. Bercaw Edwards||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
||Molly McElroy||Mystic, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Rick Waters||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
||Alex Zweig||Noank, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Shannon Kelly||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Interview with Shannon Kelly.
|Cassidy Martin||Waterford, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Sylvain De Guise||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Interview with Dr. Sylvain De Guise about the Long Island Sound Blue Plan.
|Antonio Bustamante||Coventry, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Todd Bragdon||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Todd Bragdon is a resident of Danielson, Connecticut and has been a commercial fishermen since 1982 out of Alaska, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, Owner/Operator Oneonta Fisheries Inc. Todd born on April 23, 1964, in Windham, Connecticut, spent his early years on a hog farm in Scotland, Connecticut. His family moved to Iowa when he was two years old, but returned to Connecticut in 1968.
|Mead Bragdon||Danielson, CT||University of Connecticut|
|Zachary Howe||Maritime Studies Capstone Seminar Oral History Project||
Interview with Zachary Howe, who served in the United States Navy for 14 Years, and currently resides in Ledyard, Connecticut.
|Christopher Rice||Ledyard, CT||University of Connecticut|