Barnes-Hecker Mining Disaster Red Dust Oral History Interview Transcript
|Title:||Barnes-Hecker Mining Disaster Red Dust Oral History Interview Transcript.|
Lynn, Greg, Interviewee
Hill, Emil, Interviewee
Millimaki, Roy, Interviewee
Tippett, Dewey, Interviewee
Vicary, Irene, Interviewee
Powell, Ruth, Interviewee
Trudell, Clifford, Interviewee
Friggens, Thomas, Interviewee
La Fond, Leo, Interviewee
Walimaa, George, Interviewee
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, contributor
|Date Created:||2001 (approximate)|
Greg Lynn, Emil Hill, Roy Millimaki, Dewey Tippett, Irene Vicary, Ruth Powell, Clifford Trudell, Thomas Friggens, Leo La Fond, and George Walimaa recount personal stories regarding the Barnes-Hecker mining disaster of 1926 in Ishpeming, Michigan. The interviewees give accounts of the lone survivor, anecdotes about their family members who were killed, and information about mining logistics and the disaster.
Oral histories (document genres).
Barnes-Hecker Mine Disaster, Mich., 1926
Iron mines and mining -- Michigan -- Marquette County -- History.
Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Marquette County (Mich.)
|Held by:||Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives|
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|Is Part Of:||MSS-118, Red Dust Oral History Collection.|