Rebecca Jones Interview, 2011

Rebecca Jones is an interpretive ranger with the National Park Service at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This interview was conducted to get information about the history of different park sites, including the Ohio & Erie Canal, the Everett Road Covered Bridge (with contra dancing), and the Frazee House.

Participants: Jones, Rebecca (interviewee) / Conklin, Carolyn (interviewer)
Collection: Constructing, Consuming, and Conserving America: Cuyahoga Valley
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Constructing, Consuming, and Conserving America: Cuyahoga Valley

Interviews in this series were conducted by public school teachers as part of the Teaching American History (TAH) grant-funded Constructing, Consuming, and Conserving America project, sponsored by the US Department of Education, in collaboration with the Educational Services Center of Cuyahoga County and Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The bulk of the interviews focus on the operations and history of the park and region, though several also deal with nurseries in Lake County, Ohio.