Juliette Marcure Interview
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Juliette Marcure describes the typhoid epidemic in the Frenchtown area circa 1906, when she was six years old, and how it affected her and a number of her family members. She shares memories of attending a one-room schoolhouse in Frenchtown, Montana, and going to the St. John’s Day celebrations each year where he father would participate in feats of strength. Marcure reminisces about her family’s first car and taking Sunday drives to Nine Mile in the afternoon.
Only notes of this interview exist. The audio is missing.
Frenchtown, Montana; Nine Mile, Montana; St. John’s Day; Typhoid; Homesteading, Montana; Automobiles
Frenchtown Historical Society Oral History Project, OH 047, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana-Missoula. Mansfield Library
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1 transcript (3 p.: 28 cm.)
Marcure, Juliette, "Juliette Marcure Interview" (1976). Frenchtown Historical Society Oral History Project. 14.