Clifford Berry, Oral1899-1973 – history interview and transcipt description of teaching in Reynoldston in the 1920 and the Bery and Dyke Family historie

Harlan Eddy makes potash or “blacksalts” and develops the road that would become the Eddy Road in Brandon and in time the road to Reynoldston. Mr. Berry tells story he heard from his family about what happened. the development of the Brooklyn Cooperage logging Railroad into Reynoldston and southern Brandon from St. Regis Falls; Mr. Berry details the residents of Reynoldston that he remembers from being a teacher their in the 1920’s until 1924; description of teaching in Reynoldston and working part time for the Reynolds Bros. Mill. Discussion of life in Reynoldston in the early 1920’s. Working as a scaler for the Reynolds Bros. Mill.
More description of the people who lived in Reynoldston and the one room school; Christmas at the school; Growing up in Bangor and family history and the Dyke family. Rest of tape not transcribed but focuses on the Berry and Dyke family history.

Clifford Berry

22/09/2011

Mr. Clifford Berry

1899- 1973

 

Clifford & Etta Berry -Clifford’s 1st wife

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Clifford & Irene Berry – Cliffords 2nd Wife

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reynoldston, NY

Tape 1

Track 1

Harlan Eddy makes potash or “blacksalts” and develops the road that would become the Eddy Road in Brandon and in time the road to Reynoldston.  Mr. Berry tells story he heard from his family about what happened.  the development of the Brooklyn Cooperage logging Railroad into  Reynoldston and southern Brandon from St. Regis Falls; Mr. Berry details the residents of Reynoldston that he remembers from being a teacher their in the 1920’s until 1924; description of teaching in Reynoldston and working part time for the Reynolds Bros. Mill. Discussion of life in Reynoldston in the early 1920’s.  Working as a scaler for the Reynolds Bros. Mill.

Click on Audio link to listen to interview:

Audio

[audio:http://www.reynoldstonnewyork.org/wp-content/FCRTR-090-1-A.mp3]

Track 2

More description of the people who lived in Reynoldston and the one room school; Christmas at the school; Growing up in Bangor and family history and the Dyke family.  Rest of tape not transcribed but focuses on the Berry and Dyke family history.

Click on Audio link to listen to interview:

Audio

[audio:http://www.reynoldstonnewyork.org/wp-content/FCRTR-090-1-B.mp3]

Click on Link for Transcript

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