Turner, Florence Charlotte "Flo" and MacDonald, Dougall Dunkie
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This is an interview with Florence Charlotte "Flo" Turner of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. Also included on this tape is Dougall Dunkie MacDonald. In this interview they talk about Tiny and Ed Mason, rum running and bootlegging, Stormy Sandy, fishing, lobster and fish canneries, fires, local families, dances, cars, and peddlers.
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Pictou County, NS; Big Island, NS
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1941, 1920s, 1928, 1930s
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