Ships and Memories: Merchant Seafarers in Canada's Age of Steam

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SOURCES AND COLLABORATORS

THE CANADIAN SEAMEN'S UNION HISTORY PROJECT

This book is based largely on memories recorded in two series of interviews. The first interviews were done mainly by Jim Green of Vancouver for the Canadian Seamen's Union History Project. I am indebted to Jim Green for permission to quote from his interviews. Tapes of these interviews are held by the Sound Archives Division of the National Archives of Canada. Researchers should also consult the papers of the Canadian Seamen's Union History Project in the National Archives. Jim Green's principal collaborators were:

Hy Alper
Jimmy K. Bell
Billy Boyd
Tommy Burnett
Nick Buzowski
Norman Coe
Henry Cohen
Jack Corrigan
Clifford Craig
David Crane
George Dagesse
Danny Daniels
Harry.Davis
William Dodge
Bud Doucette
Gerard Fortin
Frank Gallant
Gus Genites
Joe Grabec
Dick Greaves
Spud Haughey
Joe Hendsley
Blackie Leonard
Stan Lowe
George MacEachern
Gerry McCullough
Tom McGrath
Joe McNeil
Reg Milley
Alex (Scotty) Munro
Charlie Murray
Two Points Murray
Jimmy O'Donnell
Art Ostrum
Madeleine Parent
Liz Partington
Dorothy Sauras
Jessie Sauras
Fred Skelhorn
Jerry Tellier
Sheila Thompson
Steve Tokaruk
Len (Smiler) Underhill
Joe West
Stan Wingfield
Jerry Yetman

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