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Feona Sawden
Feona Sawden

Feona Sawden was interviewed on September 29, 1997 by Lydia Robart in Port Graham, Alaska. In this interview, Feona discusses her personal and family background, jobs she had, living a traditional and religious lifestyle, and her involvement with local issues in Port Graham, including establishing recovery services, the church committee, and the village council.

Digital Asset Information

Archive #: Oral History 97-235-09

Project: Nanwalek and Port Graham
Date of Interview: Sep 29, 1997
Narrator(s): Feona Sawden
Interviewer(s): Lydia Robart
Location of Interview:
Funding Partners:
Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Subsistence Division, Minerals Management Service
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1) Personal and family history, including jobs she has held

2) Involvement in local affairs and issues in Port Graham

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Section 1: introduction/ personal history -- family|

Section 2: involvement in Port Graham/ church -- committee/ village council|