Mrs. Delia Moquin 1884 –1987 oral history interview and transcript about life in Reynoldston NY at the turn of the 20th Century

Mrs. Delia (Hooper) Moquin 1884 –1987 oral history interview and transcript (married Philip J. Moquin) 1873-1963)
Growing up in Malone in the late 19th Century; Family backgrounds – French Canadian; Moving to Owls Head; Working out as a child, cooking and cleaning in a boarding house for lumberjacks in Owls Head; attending Notre Dame School in Malone. Married at 15 in Chasm Falls; Moved to Reynoldston; Making a life and raising a family in Reynoldston; Building houses, Catholic Religion in Reynoldston; French-Canadians; Social customs in Reynoldston; Story-telling; Speaking French; Other families in Reynoldston; Husband working for the Reynolds Bros. Mill, Reynoldston; life in Reynoldston

Delia Moquin

02/10/2011

Mrs. Delia Moquin

 

Mrs. Delia (Hooper) Moquin 1884 –1987

 

(married Philip J. Moquin) 1873-1963)

 

Interviewed by Robert H. McGowan,

 

August 27, 1971

 

 

 

 

 

Philip and Delia Moquin Christmas Card

 

Tape 1

 

Side 1   –   Page 7

Growing up in Malone, NY in the late 19th Century; Family backgrounds – French Canadian; Moving to Owls Head; Working out as a child, cooking and cleaning in a boarding house for lumberjacks in Owls Head;  attending Notre Dame School in Malone

Side 2  –     Page 17

Married at 15 in Chasm Falls; Moved to Reynoldston;  Making a life and raising a family in Reynoldston; Building houses, Catholic Religion in Reynoldston; French-Canadians; Social customs in Reynoldston; Story-telling; Speaking French; Other families in Reynoldston; Husband working for the Reynolds Bros. Mill, Reynoldston NY; life in Reynoldston 

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Side 2

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