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Antoinette Woods talks to Mike Dalton in Rampart, Alaska on July 28, 1973

Author: Antoinette Woods; Catherine Dalton
Series: Tanana Yukon Historical Society tapes
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Reel-to-reel tape : English
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Antoinette Woods talks to Catherine "Mike" Dalton about being born in Old Station, Alaska, her father Al Mayo, her first husband William Roberts, her later marriage to a Mr. Woods the brother to Sally Woods Hudson, her mother Margaret Snado, the meaning of snado, her daughters and son (John Roberts) who moved to California and her son (William Roberts) in Fairbanks, talks about how her father use to be called  Read more...
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Named Person: Antoinette Woods; Al Mayo; William Roberts; Margaret Snado; Woods, Mr.; John Roberts; Minook.; Sam Heater; G W Gasser; Swanson, Mr.; Bill Carlo; Rex Beach; Kitty Harwood; Lou Isaacson
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Internet resource
Document Type: Sound Recording, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Antoinette Woods; Catherine Dalton
OCLC Number: 226319488
Notes: Typed summary available in Oral History Office.
For educational and non-profit uses only. For commercial uses, please contact the UAF Oral History Program.
The Copyright to these interviews has been transferred from the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Elmer E. Rasmuson Library. To listen to the interview, click the link at the bottom of this record. Please contact UAF-APR-reference-Service@alaska.edu to discuss using the whole or part of this recording in another work or ordering a copy for personal use. A small fee may be charged to defray labor and postage charges. Any copies of recordings used in any other material must attribute the work to the Tanana-Yukon Historical Society and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Elmer E. Rasmuson Library.
Event notes: Recorded in Rampart, Alaska on July 28, 1973.
Description: 1 sound tape reel (70 min.) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono. ; 7 1/2 in. tape.
Series Title: Tanana Yukon Historical Society tapes

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Antoinette Woods talks to Catherine "Mike" Dalton about being born in Old Station, Alaska, her father Al Mayo, her first husband William Roberts, her later marriage to a Mr. Woods the brother to Sally Woods Hudson, her mother Margaret Snado, the meaning of snado, her daughters and son (John Roberts) who moved to California and her son (William Roberts) in Fairbanks, talks about how her father use to be called Captain Mayo, Rampart after the strike on Minook Creek by the half breed Indian/Russian Minook, her schooling, the house that Antoinette was interviewed in was built by Sam Heater, the experimental farm across the river from Rampart that was started by George Gasser, more about Antoinette's house, Heater sold the house to a colored man named Swanson who the people in Rampart called "Nigger Swanson", Swanson use to mine on Hunter Creek on land that use to be owned by Bill Carlo, talk about the big sternwheelers that use to go by Rampart, talking trips on various boats, hotel and restaurant built by her father Al Mayo, the trading post he had that he sold to the Northern Commercial Company, Rex Beach's cabin in Rampart, Antoinette's role as midwife in Rampart, delivering babies including Kitty Harwood's twins, and the rarity of twins in the village.

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