This overview of eel fishing in the Côte-du-Sud region would not have been possible without the participation of all the individuals and organizations you have encountered in this exhibition.
Simon Beaulieu and Josée Malenfant, pêcheurs, Jérémie and Marie-Philippe
Rémi Hudon, fisher
Rodrigue Labrecque, retired
Anselme Lachance, retired
Réal Lauzier, retired
Denis Leclerc, retired
Georges-Henri and Pierre Lizotte, fishers
Maurice Ouellet, retired
The people and organizations that shared their knowledge, archives and advice:
Gaston Bergeron, linguist
Fernande Dionne, informant
Benoît Douville, informant
Cécile Dupont, informant
Mario Girard, witness
Yvan Lizotte, photo archives
Roger Martin, author and witness
Pierrette Maurais, ethnologist
Pierre Morisset, biologist and botanist, Ph.D.
Marcel Moussette, archeologist
Guy Verreault, wildlife biologist
Archives de la Côte-du-Sud ( Roger Martin fonds, Horace Miner fonds, Alain Pelletier fonds, Maurice Proulx fonds, vidéothèque Câble 10-TVC La Pocatière)
Archives de folklore de l’Université Laval, Luc Lacoursière fonds
Société historique de Montmagny
Ministère de la Faune, des Forêts et des Parcs, bureau de Rivière-du-Loup
Musée de Charlevoix
Les Trésors du fleuve inc.
All of these people and organizations deserve a tremendous thank you for being so consistently helpful and friendly, their many, detailed explanations and everything they agreed to share with us and you.
We would like to thank the team at the Musée de la mémoire vivante, employees and volunteer.
Mélina Brochu, video editing
Marie-Ève Lord, professional in museology
Judith Douville, project manager, who did the research, the photography, the video and the texts.
Special thanks go to Allison McGain for translating all the texts and to Constance Nebel, Program Officer at the Virtual Museum of Canada, who provided advice throughout this project.