MacCallum, Grace Eliza
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This interview is with Grace Eliza MacCallum of Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. In this interview Grace talks about her family, school, farming, The Great Depression, the Halifax Explosion, Charlottetown, home remedies, nursing, Falconwood, trains, livestock, groceries, pack peddlers, Christmas, the Women's Institute, the Women's Christian Temperance Union and prohibition, Lucy Maud Montgomery, cars, radio, and church.
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Crapaud, PE; Charlottetown, PE; North Tryon, PE; Borden-Carleton, PE; North River, PE
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1916, 1930s, 1929, 1940s, 1932, 1920s, 1910
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