Louie Meaghers Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Louie Meaghers (b. 1893 in Ellensburg, Washington) discusses his father’s history and move in 1872 from Seattle to Ellensburg, where he acquired a meat market. Louie discusses growing up and working in his father’s meat market. He talks about life in Ellensburg, Swauk, and Liberty, Washington. He also talks about Native Americans, African Americans, and Chinese people in the area.
The cover image shows a teepee from a Yakama Indian encampment near Ellensburg, Washington (date unknown).
Meaghers, Louie, "Louie Meaghers Interview" (1972). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 71.
Oral history, Ellensburg (Wash.), Yakama Indians, African Americans--Washington (State), Chinese Americans--Washington (State)--Histor
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