Seth Henry Bradstreet was born in 1933 in Albion, Maine. He attended the University of Maine, Orono and graduated in 1954. He taught in Corinna, Maine for a year and bought a farm in Newport, Maine, which he still operated at the time of this interview. Under Senators Muskie and Mitchell, he was appointed to serve as the state director for Rural Development (once known as the Farmer’s Home Administration), a position he still held at the time of this interview.
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