interviewed 2 elders (women) and their daughters interpreted for me
. . . I was interested in the women’s everyday lives;
hard to get them to talk about it . . . they didn’t really see what
I was after . . .
daughter remembers living on the land. They stopped living there in
the late 60s. When asked if they miss it, they do, but feel better
as they are warm and recognize they couldn’t live there anymore
. . . They enjoyed talking about the old ways and realized these things
should be documented and recorded . . ."