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Dr. George Brown
Dr. George Brown

Dr. George Brown was interviewed on September 30, 2004 at his home in Portland, Oregon. In this interview, George discusses and describes a selection of photographs from his personal collection as a way to talk about his experience as a Public Health Service doctor in Tanana, Alaska in the early 1970s. He talks about the role of the physician as the health aides' primary contact, the early communication system, doctor travel to the villages, and his assessment of the health aide program. His wife, Marcia, periodically interjects her own memories to add to his stories. See George Brown's Slideshow to see the photos and listen to George and Marcia Brown talk about them. Sections 1 and 27-28 in the interview below play audio from the interview, while Sections 2-26 link to the narrated images in the slideshow.

Digital Asset Information

Archive #: Oral History 2004-17-02

Project: Community Health Aide Program Project Jukebox
Date of Interview: Sep 30, 2004
Narrator(s): Dr. George Brown
Interviewer(s): Bill Schneider, Karen Brewster
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Funding Partners:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, University of Alaska Health Programs
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