Interview with Harriet Bouslog and Steve Sawyer 6/18/96
Interview with Harriet Bouslog and Steve Sawyer conducted by Chris Conybeare and recorded on June 18, 1996 for the 1946: The Great Hawaiʻi Sugar Strike project. Topics of Harriet Bouslog's interview questions include how she first arrived in Hawaiʻi; beginning a career in law; martial law following the attack on Pearl Harbor; working for the ILWU as an attorney; defending ILWU members; justice against missionary and military control; women lawyers in territorial Hawaiʻi; and Jack Hall. Topics of Steve Sawyer's interview include the conditions during the strike; and racism during the time of the strike.
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