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Connecting communities and youth through outdoor recreation
How he thought things good and bad helped shape him onto what he is today and how he’d want to be remembered
Talked about life and the values it holds. Also Rebecca’s kids and what her future holds
We talked about all of us kids and things about the past good and bad. We also, talk about should and shouldn’t even having kids. And we briefly talked about the future.
Talking about growing up in cornfields, getting suspended from school, defacing a minivan with a rock, and working with kids.
This interview was reminicent of my grandfathers “youth, public education, early years with [my] father and memories of the navy.”
Angie Sanders, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Sanders discusses her two daughters and her...
I interviewed my grandma about her life. We enjoyed a good conversation, I got to learn new things about her, and we enjoyed some quality time together.
I interviewed my mom about her experiences and hardships throughout life
Oscar speaks about his life growing up, in the Navy and his family.
America didn’t live up to they hype he was expecting but he was none the less able to complete his dreams and now have new dreams to fullfil
America before 9/11 was better for him since there wasn’t much security to keep immigrants away and America didn’t live up to the hype that it was a life of Milk and Honey.
Bruce Caruso grew up in East Baltimore during the 70’s – an area that was known for hard-working steel mill employees, seafood, and some mischievous children. Bruce lived in the smallest townhouse on the street with his older brother and...
In this interview, Noel interviews her mother asking her about her education and early work-life, becoming a full-time mom, and going back into the workforce.