This document is a transcript of an interview with Caroline Glacherio. Topics include the history of her parents, moving from Pennsylvania to Ironwood, Michigan when she was a young girl, mining, speaking Slavish, childhood memories, medical remedies, food, transportation, school, Finnish friends, stores in Ironwood, religion, holidays, the Depression, how she met her husband, dance halls, altar societies and lodges, politics, learning languages, Slavish newspapers, the family bar, Prohibition, and the Great Storm of 1938.
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
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