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1) 0142_IN1/2
[400-500 min. (10 reels)]; Sound; b&w
[Interview with Joseph Millett]
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1190
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35 tapes from Acc. 0140-0142 moved from Blue Hill to NHF, 7/2002. Individual tapes identified when possible, otherwise labeled '0140-0142'. Filmed conversation with Joseph Millett, a central Maine farmer, about his rural life and work, family and community issues. Topics include: why he continues to farm; children's help; community activities such as selectman in school district; community feelings about SAD 48 [local school district]; sources for shopping (Bangor and Waterville); declining roles of church and grange; farming data such as number of hens, size of buildings, egg production; method of power generation; future of farming. Other footage shows scenes of the Joseph Millett farm in the Palmyra, Me. area: chickenhouse; home; generator; eggs and hens in cages; cooler; feeder; manometer control; CUs of hens; feeder cleaner operation.
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