Harold Haasch Interview, February 26, 1999
Suzanne M. Vernon
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Harold Haasch discusses the families and people who homesteaded in Montana’s Upper Swan Valley. He talks about the bachelors in the area such as Ole Semling and Oscar Southern, trappers who lived in the area, and buildings that used to exist, such as the old Smith Creek School and the Condon Ranger Station. Haasch also goes describes the creeks and hills in the area and notes where each homestead was and the closest landmark.
The audio for this interview is restricted. Only the transcript is available.
Swan Valley, Montana; Homesteaders, Montana; Fur trappers, Montana; Smith Creek School; Condon Ranger Station
Upper Swan Valley Oral History Project, OH 422, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (14 p.: 28 cm.)
Haasch, Harold, "Harold Haasch Interview, February 26, 1999" (1999). Upper Swan Valley Oral History Project. 19.