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Interviewee Collection Sort descending Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation
Jim Hitch Greater Tampa Bay Voices from the Fisheries

Oral history interview with Jim Hitch.  

8th Grade Marine Science Students at Admiral Farragut Academy Unknown NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office, Admiral Farragut Academy
Martin Fischer Greater Tampa Bay Voices from the Fisheries

Oral history interview with Martin Fischer.

8th Grade Marine Science Students at Admiral Farragut Academy Unknown NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office, Admiral Farragut Academy
Bill Tucker Greater Tampa Bay Voices from the Fisheries

Oral history interview with Bill Tucker.

8th Grade Marine Science Students at Admiral Farragut Academy Unknown NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office, Admiral Farragut Academy
Anne Karinas-­Broussard Louisiana Sea Grant Coastal Changes Oral History Project

The Karinas talk about their family's contribution to the seafood industry.  They talk about processing shrimp on the boats before shipping them to market.  They tell stories of their family members driving the shrimp to the markets and sometimes dodging the cops with their shipment.  They talk about shrimping seasons.  They talk about the shrimp market before and after WWII.  They talk about the Portuguese and their roles in the shrimp industry.  They talk about the progression of the oil industry.  They talk about hurricanes and their effect on the shrim

Carl Brasseaux, Don Davis Unknown Louisiana Sea Grant
Jodi Karinas Louisiana Sea Grant Coastal Changes Oral History Project

The Karinas talk about their family's contribution to the seafood industry.  They talk about processing shrimp on the boats before shipping them to market.  They tell stories of their family members driving the shrimp to the markets and sometimes dodging the cops with their shipment.  They talk about shrimping seasons.  They talk about the shrimp market before and after WWII.  They talk about the Portuguese and their roles in the shrimp industry.  They talk about the progression of the oil industry.  They talk about hurricanes and their effect on the shrim

Carl Brasseaux, Don Davis Unknown Louisiana Sea Grant
Diane Karinas-Austin Louisiana Sea Grant Coastal Changes Oral History Project

The Karinas talk about their family's contribution to the seafood industry.  They talk about processing shrimp on the boats before shipping them to market.  They tell stories of their family members driving the shrimp to the markets and sometimes dodging the cops with their shipment.  They talk about shrimping seasons.  They talk about the shrimp market before and after WWII.  They talk about the Portuguese and their roles in the shrimp industry.  They talk about the progression of the oil industry.  They talk about hurricanes and their effect on the shrim

Carl Brasseaux, Don Davis Unknown Louisiana Sea Grant
Rodney Lyons Preserving Oral Histories of Waterfront-Related Pursuits in Bayou La Batre

Interview with Rodney Lyons on August 22, 2008.

Principal investigator: Gregory A. Waselkov
Associate investigators: Michael Stieber and Harriet L. Richardson
Seacat Completion date: September 2008
Name of Collection: Preserving Oral Histories of Waterfront-Related Pursuits in Bayou La Batre
Location where collection is housed: Center for Archaeological Studies University of South Alabama HUMB 34 307 N. University Blvd. Mobile, AL 36688
Other location collection is housed: University of South Alabama Archives USA Springhill Room 0722 Mobile, AL 36688

Michael Stieber Unknown The Center for Archaeological Studies at the University of South Alabama, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium
Dillard Wilkerson Preserving Oral Histories of Waterfront-Related Pursuits in Bayou La Batre

Dillard Wilkerson was interviewed on August 22, 2008. This interview was very productive because it took place on the site of Mr. Sprinkle's net shop and footage of a shrimp net being constructed was filmed. Both men used to shrimp and own their own boats. However, both are retired from the shrimping industry because of high costs of maintaining a boat. The two spoke about the shrimping industry in the past and present, in addition to discussing the techniques and materials used in shrimp net making.

Michael Stieber Unknown The Center for Archaeological Studies at the University of South Alabama, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium
Donald Clattenberg, 2006 The Working Waterfront Festival Community Documentation Project

Donald Clattenburg is an 81-year-old retired boat owner from Fairhaven, Nova Scotia. Born in Port Midway, Nova Scotia, he moved to New Bedford in 1941 with his three brothers. His father owned four fishing boats in New Bedford, and DC began his career in the fishing industry at the age of fifteen, working in Homers Filet House. He was drafted into the Navy at eighteen during WWII and participated in the invasion of the beach at Okinawa. After the war, he returned to fishing, working with his uncle on the Two Brothers and later on his father's boat.

Millie Rahn Unknown Working Waterfront Festival
Franklin Parker Turtle Excluder Device Oral Histories

Interview with Frank Parker born July 4, 1973 in Biloxi, Mississippi.  Parker is a lifelong shrimp fisherman.  Interview contains information on fishing practices, perceptions of TEDs during their early years of implementation and technical details regarding the shrimping industry.

Stephanie Scull-DeArmey Unknown Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, University of Southern Mississippi