Ida Hagen Interview, ca. 1978

Title

Ida Hagen Interview, ca. 1978

Authors

Ida Hagen

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Interviewer

Lee Tempte

Interviewee

Ida Hagen

Date Recorded

1978

Date Digital

7-29-2020

County

Pope County

Keywords

Indigenous peoples--Minnesota; Farm life--Minnesota; Agricultural pests--Minnesota; Cooking; Food--Preservation; Agriculture--Minnesota; Baking; McKinley, William, 1843-1901--Assassination

Description

Ida Hagen was born in 1886 and lived in Starbuck. She was 92 years old. She was originally from the Waseca area.

In this interview, she discusses Native American/white relations in Minnesota when her mother was growing up. She talks about farm life growing up and the pests on the crops they had to deal with. She discusses food preparation and preservation and the changes she had seen over the years. She also recalls when President McKinley was assassinated.

Run Time

00:08:55

Language

English

Notes

This oral history has no transcript.

Original Format

Reel-to-Reel

Digital Identifier

KMRSHagen01

Repository

West Central Minnesota Historical Research Center (WCMHRC)

Local Identifier

1019

Ida Hagen Interview, ca. 1978

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