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|Maine Coast Oral History Initiative
Eva Cushman, born in 1924 in Camden, Maine, was a long-time resident of Port Clyde, Maine. She moved to Thomaston with her parents shortly after her birth and attended Thomaston schools where she met her future husband. Her husband worked on the mailboat Nereid, which traveled from Thomaston to Monhegan to Boothbay Harbor and back. They married in 1941 and had seven children together. In 1946, they moved to Port Clyde where her husband worked as a lobsterman, fisherman, and clam digger.
|Joshua Wrigley, Scott Sell
|Port Clyde, ME
|Maine Coast Fishermen's Association, The Island Institute, Maine Humanities Council