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|Contributors:||Bickerton, Derek (depositor)|
|Date Issued:||18 May 2016|
|Description:||From a cassette tape made at an unknown date, probably sometime in the 1960s. Contains interviews pertaining to various aspects of life and history in San Andrés. Two subjects are interviewed: an elderly woman (born in 1888, she says), and an 18-year-old man. Tape is of OK quality, but there is some hiss throughout. Tape also has some static, primarily around 7:00-10:00. Lots of background noise too, including traffic and television. Side B of the cassette tape is blank.|
|Appears in Collections:||
Bickerton Collection - Guyanese and San Andrés-Providencia Creole|
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