Forest History Oral History Project: Interview with Eda Christensen

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Titles Forest History Oral History Project: Interview with Eda Christensen
Description BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Eda Christensen was born in 1895 and lived most of her life in Hill City, Minnesota. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Coming to Hill City with her husband; going to the factory; the mill burning down; living on a factory worker's budget; gardening and canning; cows; her husband losing his job; Hill City; Indians and alcohol; losing friends.
Quantity 17 pages transcript
Format Content Category: text
Creation Interviewer: Esse, John
Interviewee: Christensen, Eda
Made in: Hill City, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States
Dates Creation: 10/24/1975
Holding Type Oral History - Interview
Identifiers OH 142 (Library Call Number)
AV2012.1.8 (Accession Number)
More Info MNHS Library Catalog
Related Collections Oral History - Project, MHS Collection, project: 'Forest History Oral History Project'

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User Comments

  • Julie Martin on August 29, 2019 02:43:10 PM
    How do I read all of this; this was my Great-Grandmother Eda Christensen.
  • Photo and Art Database Admin on September 3, 2019 08:38:10 AM
    Thank you for your comment. In order to access online, there should be the words Transcript (PDF) at the top of the record if you click that, it will direct you to the bottom of the page where it depends on your browser you may 1) be directed to a paragraph that states the broswer doesn't support PDFs but can click Download PDF to save your own copy or 2) if your browser has a PDF viewer it will display automatically and you can download or print your copy via the icons in the upper right as you hover over the transcript.The online PDF transcript of the interview is complete in comparison to the physical copy of the transcript at the library.
  • Julie Martin on October 28, 2019 04:56:48 PM
    Thank you; I got it!!!

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