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Interview with Anna Duvauchelle Goodhue

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Title: Interview with Anna Duvauchelle Goodhue
Interviewer: Johnston, Jeanne
Interviewee: Goodhue, Anna Duvauchelle
Keywords: Family Life
Lifestyles - Hawaiians
Natural Disasters
Issue Date: 1998
Series/Report no.: Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories
Description: One of twelve children, a woman discusses her family's background. She explains how the children divided their time between Oahu and Molokai, traveling on the inter-island steamships. She recalls the effect of the 1946 tsunami on family and neighbors. Also described are the traditional luaus (feasts). Goodhue was also interviewed for the Ualapue project.
cannery worker, dispatcher, teacher, doctor's assistant, office worker; French-Hawaiian-English-Irish; female
Interview conducted in English.
Sponsor: State, Federal, Private
Pages/Duration: 36 min
12 pages
Geographic Coverage: Pukoo, Molokai
Appears in Collections:Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories

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