MacEachern (MacCannell), Violet
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This interview is with Violet MacEachern (nee MacCannell) of Long Creek and Charlottetown, P.E.I. In this interview Violet talks about her family, WWI, growing up in Charlottetown, the SS Harland, William Drake and his meat shop, coal, milk, ships in the harbour, White's Restaurant, Prince of Wales College, Prince Street School, teaching, radio, entertainment, the Spanish Flu, The Great Depression, Christmas, Sunnyside, and religion.
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Charlottetown, PE; Long Creek, PE
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1930s, 1918, 1922, early 1900s
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