SQ 2016 - David Shearer
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SubjectDeaths in Community
New Brighton, PA
Coal Mining Strikes
Cigarettes / Smoking
AbstractDavid Shearer lived in the town of New Brighton, PA throughout the war. Born in 1937, David talks about growing up during WWII and discusses schooling, entertainment, and popular culture during the war. He also tells of the impact of the war on his small town community and his family. He talks about the coal mine strikes that particularly affected Western Pennsylvania during the war and focuses on rationing and its effects.
DescriptionDavid Shearer talks about his childhood living in New Brighton, PA. He talks about rationing, cigarettes, and the town of New Brighton during the war. He talks about how the war changed the town and talks about the coal mining strikes that affected Western Pennsylvania during wartime.
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