Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program
Caroline McLain Reader was raised in Nome, Alaska. Her father was a beach miner so the family lived a frugal lifestyle. She graduated from Nome High School in 1946. She helped organize the original Communities of Memory project storytelling events in Nome in 1996.
Caroline Reader appears in the following new Jukebox projects:
In this 2007 discussion, Caroline Reader talks about changes in transportation and communications that she has noticed since her first interview for the original Nome Communities of Memory project in 1996. She also talks about an increase in social problems, the effect of global warming on the environment in Nome, and the changes in animal populations and behavior.