Photo, Print, Drawing Acadian Festival Parade, Madawaska, Maine; Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lille, Maine
About this Item
- Acadian Festival Parade, Madawaska, Maine; Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lille, Maine
- Brassieur, C. Ray (Research team member)
- Whitman, David A., 1950- (Photographer)
Created / Published
- Madawaska, Maine; Lille, Maine, June 29, 1991 - July 3, 1991
- - Folklore--Maine
- - Photographs
- - Ethnography
- - Documentary photographs
- - United States -- Maine -- Aroostook County -- Madawaska
- - United States -- Maine -- Aroostook County -- Lille
- Documentary photographs
- - Index data: These images document the annual parade held as a part of the Acadian Festival. See MAP-DW-C031 for more information; 1, Antique fire engine; 2-3, Remote control fire hydrant run by Madawaska fireman; 4, Unknown float; possibly 4-H club; 5, Marcher clad in potato costume; potatoes are the single most important crop in the study area; 6-9, The Keystone Kops, a local organization which participates in a variety of events; 10, Float sponsored by local snowmobile club; 11, Unknown float; 12, Truck carrying advertisement for local business, quite popular with the kids because they were giving away candy; 13-14, Truck carrying Santa Claus (in June!!) who threw candy to the crowd; 15, A nun converses with members of the Sirois/Duplessis family inside the Multi-Purpose Building, which is where the post-parade awards and Festival closing ceremonies took place; The following images document Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in Lille, ME. The church is not part of a currently active parish, and is in the process of being restored by Don Cyr of Lille; 16-18, Hand made tapestry; 19-20, View of an altar; this is not in the main sanctuary.
- 35 mm color slide
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1991/029: DW-C035
- Field project identifier: MAP-DW-C035
- Maine Acadian Cultural Survey collection (AFC 1991/029)
- American Folklife Center
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Credit line: Maine Acadian Cultural Survey collection (AFC 1991/029), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Chicago citation style:
Brassieur, C. Ray, and David A Whitman. Acadian Festival Parade, Madawaska, Maine; Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lille, Maine. United States Aroostook County Madawaska Maine Lille, 1991. Madawaska, Maine; Lille, Maine, - July 3, 1991. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c035/.
APA citation style:
Brassieur, C. R. & Whitman, D. A. (1991) Acadian Festival Parade, Madawaska, Maine; Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lille, Maine. United States Aroostook County Madawaska Maine Lille, 1991. Madawaska, Maine; Lille, Maine, - July 3, 1991. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c035/.
MLA citation style:
Brassieur, C. Ray, and David A Whitman. Acadian Festival Parade, Madawaska, Maine; Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lille, Maine. Madawaska, Maine; Lille, Maine, - July 3, 1991. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c035/>.