In 1976, Christine Ermenc embarked on a mission to document Portland's oral history through extensive interviews with any ordinary Portlander willing to share their experience of the city with a eager young woman with a tape recorder. Voices of Portland contains candid tales of covered wagons, anecdotes from the rowdy prohibition-era waterfront, and micro-histories of Portland's many neighborhoods, all transcribed from hours of conversation on tape 35 years ago. These voices are given new breath in this edition, part of the Dill Pickle Club's PDX-Reprint series, and includes a new introduction by Rozzell Medina.
- 5 3/4" x 9" x 1/4"
- Free Reading Commons
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