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Home > Communications > Voices of the Coast > Oral Histories > The Karinas Family

ORAL HISTORIES

INTERVIEWEE NAME: The Karinas Family

IDENTIFICATION (title): The Karinas Family Interview

INTERVIEWER: Don Davis and Carl Brasseaux

DATES:

FOCUS DATES (dates of things they’re talking about): 1896, 1918, 1920s, 1930, 1940s,

SUMMARY: The Karinas talk about their family’s contribution to the seafood industry. They talk about processing shrimp on the boats before shipping them to market. They tell stories of their family members driving the shrimp to the markets and sometimes dodging the cops with their shipment. They talk about shrimping seasons. They talk about the shrimp market before and after WWII. They talk about the Portuguese and their roles in the shrimp industry. They talk about the progression of the oil industry. They talk about hurricanes and their effect on the shrimp industry.

RECORDINGS (1 of 1, 1 of 2): 1 of 1

TOTAL PLAYING TIME:1:23:40

# PAGES TRANSCRIPT: 25

RESTRICTIONS: none

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