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Janice Gadaire Fleuriel

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Ann Jardin-Maynard

Ms. Jardin-Maynard works for a settlement house. She talks about how she supports the fishing industry.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
John Isaksen

Mr. Isaksen is a former captain. In his interview, Mr. Isaksen speaks about his experiences in the fishing industry, the regulations, relationships between scientists and fishermen, technological changes and his current work doing engine repair.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Ray Houtman

Mr. Houtman speaks about his experiences and work as a longshoreman.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Donna Goodwin

Ms. Goodwin is a rope splicer and owns her own business, Splice Girls. She speaks about her business, competition from China, and her family's involvement in the fishing industry.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Patricia Gerrior

Ms. Gerrior (pronounced "Jerrior") is a retired fisheries scientist with National Marine Fisheries Service. She speaks about the the fishing industry from her point of view and how women fit into the industry.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Roland Gailitis

Mr. Gailitis is a retired fisherman from New Bedford, MA, speaks about his experiences in the fishing industry.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Diane Flynn

Ms. Flynn does inshore clamming from Bourne, Massachusetts. She also does bay scalloping, quahoging and oystering. She speaks about her experiences in the fishing industry.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Paul Swain, Part 1

Mr. Swain and Mr. James Dwyer speak primarily about changes in the fishing industry including changes in the ethnic groups involved, decline of Boston as a port, and negotiations.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
James Dwyer, Part 1

Mr. Dwyer and Mr. Paul Swain speak primarily about changes in the fishing industry including changes in the ethnic groups involved, decline of Boston as a port, and negotiations.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project
Dave and Pat Densmore

Dave Densmore, a commercial fisherman from Kodiak, AK, is joined by his wife, Pat, to discuss their life in the fishing industrial.

Janice Gadaire Fleuriel New Bedford, MA Working Waterfront Festival The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project

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