|Interviewee||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation||Collection|
Interview with Lela Anderson at her home in Corea, Maine in 2006. At the time, Lela was one of a handful of women who had worked at the last remaining Herring Cannery in Prospect Harbor Maine. In the interview, Lela discusses her work at the cannery and life in general in Downeast Maine.
|Patricia Pinto da Silva||Corea, ME||NOAA Fisheries||Women in the New England Fisheries|
Lela Anderson packed sardines at the Stinson Cannery in Prospect Harbor, Maine for 54 years.
|Keith Ludden||Corea, ME||Oral History & Folklife Research, Inc.||The Last Sardine Cannery - Prospect Harbor, Maine|
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