Archive for July 10th, 2015

With permission from the Easton Historical Society, I have posted this July 1992 interview with Milton L Flewelling. He was interviewed by Richard Barker of Easton Maine one month before his 91st birthday.

  • The most he  planted  was 9 acres of potatoes. Never owned a tractor.
  • Owned a car $700. Sold it to Moody. 1922. Side curtains. Later Overland,  Whippet car after selling a car to his brother
  • Hired man, $2 a day and housing, before the depression
  • Milton inherited the farm from his father. 33 acres
  • 1912 started tapping trees in Canada
  • Lake ran by the farm, skating and swimming, skiing (made their own skis)
  • Christmas was a great holiday. Sister Alice Bartley and family came over from Beaconsfield.
  • Used to go to Clearview – 7 miles – double team for church. They would get home about 2 am.

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