This document is an exact transcript of the entire Carmen Bonslett interview. She discusses where her family was from in Italy, how they came to the United States, other Italian families in Negaunee, relationships with other ethnic groups, racial slurs, family throughout the rest of the Upper Peninsula and Michigan, the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company, food, Columbus Day, Italian American societies, and whether people continued to speak Italian. Interviewer is Russell Magnaghi.
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
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