Lewiston : Off the Tourist Track to a Pretty Nice, Pretty French City

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Lewiston : Off the Tourist Track to a Pretty Nice, Pretty French City

Description

Documentary piece on Lewiston, Maine, illustrated in black and white photo. Fluid city descriptions and drawn-out interviews with Lewiston residents spanning three generations enter readers into the life of the early twentieth-century industrial Maine city: its mills, its neighborhoods, its homes. First-person accounts of textile mill work and working-class family life. The texture of Lewiston-Auburn's historically French cultural landscape, and the changes endured by this culture from its American inception to 1990. Featured in an issue of "Salt" entitled, "Maine's Ethnic Groups: Part 2 - Franco-Irish-Swedish-Americans."

Creator

Holman, Claire

Date

1990 April

Contributor

Sullivan, Claire (photographs)

Language

English

Type

Magazine Article

Identifier

Coverage

1990, Lewiston, Maine

Contribution Form

Zotero

ISSN

0160-7537

Issue

2 (38)

Pages

42-56

Publication Title

Salt

Volume

10

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