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Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Caleb T.

Caleb, a sixth-grader, has been lobstering for three years. He gives a detailed description of his boat, his gear, and everything he has to do when he goes fishing for lobsters on the coast of Maine.

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Wesley Lash

Wesley Lash was born on August 4, 1945, and has lived in Friendship for 60 years, where he and his wife Cynthia have raised three sons--Wesley, Sean, and David.  He has two grandchildren.  While he claims his occupation is making fiberglass dust, he is

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Sam Lash

Sam Lash was born on September 4, 1986.  He has always lived in Friendship, and his family has been here for at least four generations.  He has two brothers.  He has been a lobsterman for about five years and enjoys hunting and fishing.  He has been lobstering for five years.  He describes his boat and equipment and the process of lobstering.

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Phil Bramhall

Phil Bramhall was born on November 6, 1959, and has lived in Friendship all of his life.  His family has lived here for four generations.  He has two children.  Phil has been a lobsterman for 34 years and a fire fighter for 28 years.  He is the Fire Chief at the present time.  He does carpentry and enjoys hunting, camping, and traveling.  Phil Bramhall has lobstered for 40 years. In his interview he describes his boat, trap setting and hauling, changes in lobstering, and memorable experiences, both good and bad.

Brandon Friendship, ME Friendship Museum , Friendship Village School Finding Friendship Oral History Project

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