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    • Arlow Brazeal, oral history interview

    • Fishermen; Fishing boats; Fishing nets; Fishing; Vermillion County (Ind.); Wabash River (Ind.); Brazeal, Arlow, 1913-2000; Oral history;
    • Arlow Brazeal of Newport is a "River rat" - he fishes the Wabash and Vermillion Rivers. Born in 1913, he has also worked as a carpenter. He demostrated netmaking and mussel bars for Keith Ludden and describes in this interview what fishing entails,...
    • Joe Airola oral history interview

    • Airola, Joe R., 1896-1987; Meat industry; Sausages; Airplane industry; Mining; Coal miners; Coal mining; Immigrants; Oral history;
    • Joe Airola, like many others, immigrated to Clinton to work in the coal mines. Born in 1896 in Italy, he built airplanes in World War I before he came to this country. After working in the mines for 15 years, he started a business making...
    • Thelma Wickens oral history interview

    • Wickens, Thelma, 1899-; Oral history; Farmers; Women; Sewing; City & town life;
    • Oral history by Thelma Wickens of Dana, Indiana which describes to Keith Ludden what it was like to be a farm wife in the 1920's and 30's. Born in 1899, she has lived in the Dana, Cayuga, and Newport areas for many years.
    • Gibson County Marriage Applications, 1903-1907

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1903-1907. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Russ Fortner oral history interview

    • Fortner, Russ, 1906-; Wood carving; Oral history;
    • Whittling hand-carved wooden spoons and ax handles is the avocation of Perrysville resident Russ Fortner. Born in 1906, Fortner has worked in the steel mills, on the railroad, and in the auto body repair trade.
    • Gibson County Marriage License 1835-1856

    • Marriage records--Indiana--Gibson County
    • Original marriage license book. Handwritten ledger. Information given is name of groom and bride , date married and by whom. The index is alaphabetical by groom's last name. Jr and Sr. notations are found in the middle name column. The name is...
    • Irma Pesavento oral history interview

    • Oral history; Coal miners; Italian American women; Ethnic groups; Manners & customs; Wake services; Religion; Education; Pesavento, Irma;
    • lrma Pesavento is a retired elementary school principal who knows a great deal about Clinton's ltalian community. Her vivid memories of Clinton as a booming mining town with people from all over the world were described to Keith Ludden.
    • Gibson County Marriage Applications, 1907-1910

    • Marriage -- Indiana -- Gibson County
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1907-1910. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Gibson County marriage applications 1891-1895

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1891-1895. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Scrapbook no. 38

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970;
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Truman Karanovich oral history interview

    • Karanovich, Truman, 1914-; Saints; Christmas; Manners & customs; Easter; Coal miners; Coal mining; Oral history; Death; Prostitution; Prohibition;
    • Truman Karanovich is a first generation American born to Serbian parents in Clinton, Indiana. Mr. Karanovich and his wife discuss Serbian holiday traditions, coal mining, death, prostitution, and the prohibition with Keith Ludden.
    • Civil War: GAR application H.K. Stephens

    • Grand Army of the Republic; Oliver Morton Post No. 1 (Terre Haute, Ind.); United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 133rd (1864). Company E; Stephens, H.K.;
    • This is the Grand Army of the Republic application of H.K. Stephens, dated September 18, 1879. H.K. enlisted in 1864 (month / day omitted) as Corporal in Company E Regiment 133rd of the Indiana Infantry Volunteers and was discharged on September 5,...
    • Gibson County marriage applications 1899-1901

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1891-1895. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Johnson Township School Enumeration

    • Students -- Indiana -- Gibson County -- Johnson Township -- 1890-1900;
    • A handwritten ledger book listing number of school age children by family in Johnson Township from 1890-1897, a listing of students who transfer to Johnson Township and from what township along with some transfer slips.
    • Civil War: Return for Company K of the 80th Indiana Infantry

    • United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 80th (1862-1865). Company K; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Military Life
    • The return for Company K of the 80th Indiana Infantry for the month of May 1865. The document lists which men were absent, present, sick, and also what changes were made since the last return. The regiment was stationed in Salisburg, NC and the...
    • Fossi's Bakery oral history interview

    • Oral history; Baked products; Bakeries; Baking; Fossi's Bakery (Clinton, Ind.); Prulhiere, Carl; Fossi, Clara, d. 1991; Fossi, Eda;
    • Fossi's Bakery has been a Clinton institution for many years. Keith Ludden interviewed Clara Fossi, Eda Fossi, and Carl Prulhiere on a hot summer morning as they made Italian bread and breadsticks.

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