This interview deals with the Ogrens' life on their farm in the 1930s and 1940s in the Red River Valley.
Date of Interview
Byron Ogren, Irene (Iverson) Ogren, Ole Lundin, P.J. Landins, William Langer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Floyd B. Olson, Elmer Benson, Father Coughlin
Farmer, School Bus Driver
Works Progress Administration, Civilian Conservation Corps, Moorhead State Teachers College, School District 79, Farmers Union, American Farm Bureau Federation, Democratic Farmer Labor Party
Minnesota, Moorhead (Minn.), Sabin (Minn.), Sweden, Froid, (Mont.), Norway, Hillsboro (N. Dak.), Clay County (Minn.), Sisseton (S. Dak.), Canada
Great Depression, Farming, Rural Electrification Act, Radios, World War II, Cattle
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Agricultural and Resource Economics | Agriculture | Oral History | Political Science
Ogren, Byron and Ogren, Irene Iverson, "Oral Interview of Byron and Irene (Iverson) Ogren" (1973). Oral Interviews. 9.