Lowell Johnson Interview Transcript
|Title:||Lowell Johnson Interview Transcript.|
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Lowell Johnson talks about his grandparents’ immigration from Sweden to the Upper Peninsula, his family history, his family's work in mines, powder mills, and logging, early Marquette, building old houses, his grandma cooking lutefisk, his schooling at John D. Pierce, Graveraet, and Marquette Senior High School, working at Lakeshore, his interest in the woods and nature, land use and control, hunting, private property, tourism, and guns and gun control. Interviewed by Russell M. Magnaghi
Oral histories (document genres).
Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Iron mines and mining.
Northern Michigan University, John D. Pierce Training School, subject
Marquette High School (Marquette, Mich.), Senior Class, subject
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|Is Part Of:||Logan (CUPS in 3302-01).|