|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Kristy B||Finding Friendship Oral History Project||
Kristy has been lobstering since she was five years old. Born into a family deeply rooted in the lobstering industry, she grew up watching her father and brother venture out to the waters every day, and her love for lobstering blossomed alongside their shared experiences. Even her mother occasionally joins the family fishing trips. To obtain her license, Kristy's father filled out the necessary forms and submitted them to the state. Initially, she faced a setback as she lacked a sponsor, but they quickly rectified the situation and resubmitted the application.
|Cameo, John||Friendship, ME||Friendship Museum , Friendship Village School|
|Carl Simmons||Finding Friendship Oral History Project||
Carl Simmons, born on June 17, 1927, is the oldest working lobsterman in Friendship. Carl has been lobstering for 65 years, since the age of twelve, and like his father and grandfather before him. Carl left school at age to pursue lobstering as a full-time profession. In addition to lobstering, Carl has also worked as a skilled carpenter and nurtured a love for hunting as a hobby. Carl has three children and six grandchildren.
|John , Cameo||Friendship, ME||Friendship Museum , Friendship Village School|