DARE Interview : San Juan Capistrano, California; Primary Informant CA189

  • 1970
  • Informant Data:
  • CA189: White; female; age: 45 (middle-aged); education: high school; community type: village
  • CA190: White; female; age: 18 (young); education: college; community type: village
  • CA191: White; male; age: 56 (middle-aged); education: high school; community type: village
  • Media Files:
  • Arthur the Rat. Speaker: CA189 (3:18)
  • Full Interview 1 (Tape 0159-S1). [Additional speakers: CA191 (assumed husband), Son of CA189 and CA191 (age 11)]
  • Content:
  • 00:25 Ancestor coming to CA with Spanish missions in 1769, family settled there. Five generations in that town
  • 03:25 Changes in San Juan Capistrano, Swallow Day Festival
  • 07:15 Started surfing when she was married, husband describes sport
  • 11:55 Husband describes safety, what to do when one wipes out
  • 16:15 Son, 11, has won trophies, he describes competing with other kids
  • 19:25 Arthur the Rat (CA189)
  • 22:40 Tape end
  • Full Interview 2 (Tape 0159-S2). [Additional speakers: CA190 (presumed daughter of CA189 and CA191)]
  • Content:
  • [CA190]00:20 Marble games of "Fish" and "Holes"—names tell what shape/configuration ground is in
  • 02:00 Tape end
  1. Arthur the rat

  2. Full interview 1

  3. Full interview 2

Details

Fieldworker
Ruff, Dale
Date
  • 1970
Publisher
  • Dictionary of American Regional English
Language
  • English
Collection
Subjects
For Staff