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The Portland Jewish Oral History Project

Bringing Together Portraits of the Past, the Jews of Portland
(Website or Online Data - 2010 )
The Portland Jewish Oral History Project
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Interviewers covered topics such as family relationships, autobiographical narratives, occupation, and immigration information from each respondent. An alphabetical list of interviewees with their audio interviews.
Title: The Portland Jewish oral history project
bringing together portraits of the past, the Jews of Portland
[electronic resource]
Publisher: [Portland, Me. Jewish Community Center, 2010]
Notes: The DMJ project was supported by a grant from the Maine Humanities Council and individual contributions while the Feig collection was commissioned by the Jewish Community Center
Supported by a grant from the Maine Humanities Council
Summary: Interviewers covered topics such as family relationships, autobiographical narratives, occupation, and immigration information from each respondent.
An alphabetical list of interviewees with their audio interviews.
Additional Contributors: Feig, Konnilyn G.
Documenting Maine Jewry
Alternate Title: Jewish oral history project
Statement of Responsibility: [collected by] Konnilyn G. Fieg ; Documenting Maine Jewry
Subject Headings: Oral history United States Maine
Topical Term: Oral history
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