Hazel Marsh discusses her life in Bearmouth, Montana during the 1930s and the steady decline of mining in Garnet, Montana. She describes her chores, forms of recreation in town, and housing. Marsh discusses the Lannen family’s purchase of Cottonwood Stock Farm in 1933, gold dredging at Bear Gulch, and leaving for California with her husband, George March. She also briefly describes returning to Bearmouth to care for ailing members of the Lannen family.
Bearmouth, Montana; Lannen family; Bear Gulch; Gold dredging; Cottonwood Stock Farm; Daily life; Life reminiscence
Hazel Marsh Interviews Oral History Project, OH 244, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (29 p.: 28 cm.)
Marsh, Hazel, "Hazel Marsh Interview, February 6, 1990" (1990). Hazel Marsh Interviews Oral History Project. 7.