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Interview with Anna Duvauchelle Goodhue
|Title:||Interview with Anna Duvauchelle Goodhue|
|Interviewee:||Goodhue, Anna Duvauchelle|
Lifestyles - Hawaiians
|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|
|Geographic Coverage:||Pukoo, Molokai|
|Appears in Collections:||Tsunamis in Maui County: Oral Histories|
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