Jack Dodd, Riverboats, Goolwa, S.A.
INTERVIEW: Jack Dodd, April 1969
PLACE: Goolwa South Australia
NOTES : Born about 1915, Jack comes from a river family, and is steeped in its history. A born story teller and hard case, he talks about ‘bottom end’ characters and fishermen, the area where the great Murray River enters the sea.
AUDIO AVAILABLE: YES
This recording is held:
- LOWENSTEIN FAMILY COLLECTION
- NATIONAL LIBRARY AUSTRALIA ORAL HISTORY
- STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA ORAL HISTORY
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Tags: Australian FolkloreGoolwaMurray BarrageMurray River boatsPaddle SteamersRiverboats
Martie Lowenstein, is the holder of the Lowenstein Family Collection, a complete set of over 1200 interviews recorded by Wendy Lowenstein, author and pioneer Australian oral labour historian specialising in Australian working life. Permission to use the interviews for research and education is obtained by contacting this website. The Lowenstein family holds all rights to this collection of interviews recorded between 1967 and 2002.
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