Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Clark, Captain Michael


Title:
  • Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Clark, Captain Michael
Creator:
  • Clark, Michael, Interviewee
  • Masters, David, Interviewer
Description:
  • 2 sound files, digital, MPEG3 file
  • The following names and terms were used in this interview:Capt. Carl Olson, Capt. Jack Grant, The Rob Roy, Toledo Slim, Kilarney, Dangerous Dan McGrew.
  • Linda Brayton and David Masters, principal oral historians; Interviewer(s):David Masters (6/7/1978).
  • TRACKS:83 years old, born June 28, 1895 -- How he got into fishing, early beginnings in St. Lawrence, Newfoundland -- Torpedoes on the Rob Roy -- Torpedoing of the fishing fleet during World War I - a sporting proposition -- Pre-discussion of the poetry of the sea - how learned, etc. -- Toledo Slim, a recitation -- Dangerous Dan McGrew, a recitation -- Dangerous Dan McGrew, (cont'd.) -- Dangerous experiences aboard ship -- The character of the fisherman theorized -- Different ships traveled -- Another bad experience on the high seas -- Sable Island - the graveyard of the Atlantic -- Another (slower) recitation of Toledo Slim -- Another (slower) recitation of Dangerous Dan McGrew.
  • Originally issued on sound cassettes and transferred to compact discs.
Date:
  • 06-07-1978
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Coverage:
Contributor:
Publisher:
  • [Gloucester, Mass] : Sawyer Free Library

Citation

Clark, Michael, Interviewee and Masters, David, Interviewer, “Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Clark, Captain Michael,” Sawyer Free Library, Gloucester, Mass., accessed November 21, 2019, https://digitalheritage.noblenet.org/gloucester/items/show/1279.

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