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Mark and Karen Anderson are siblings who are 10 years apart and spent years away from each other to now reunite in the OC. Stories of their midwestern upbringing in a religious family and how that impacted their lives.
Arnold Duevel talks about growing up in Central Minnesota. Born in 1918, he shares vivid memories of his childhood and teen-aged years. A decorated World War II veteran, Arnold has led a long and momentous life.
During WW2 Arnold Duevel wrote almost 800 letters to Margaret, his sweetheart and later wife of 72 years. Arnold talks with his son, Len, of his experiences in the European Theater.
Arly talks about her school years in Watertown, Minnesota. grades 1-12, 1938-1951
This is an interview of Sophie Leng who is from China and is now training to be a teacher in Minnesota. She talks about the blessings and challenges of learning new cultures.
Diana and I talked about the Venezuelan influence and traditions in her life. Another major emphasis was on how different life and attitudes are between Florida and the Midwest.
Why an immigrant from Switzerland/Indonesia appreciates the USA
As per the title, I did an interview with my dad about his life in Germany and being in the military and such.
Grandparent stories about vaccines and the positive impact it had on their lives.
Sydney Walsh explains to me her childhood and what it was like growing up in a small town. She includes information about her life in college and aspiring career to become a dentist. She also has stories to share about...
My co-worker agreed to talk with me about being Jewish. She gave insights about her own experiences along with her family’s customs/heritage.
My Grandpa was born in 1930. We talked about everything from the start of WWII to him going on road trips with my Grandma and all of their kids. We even talked about who he voted for in the 1948...
I speak to my grandpa about growing up, his career and work, and how religion applies to his life.
My dad and I speak about his life growing up and how he got to this point in his life. He shares important life lessons and special anecdotes of his life.
Jerry, Jeff and Marge Konkel talking about their fondest memories of Jo Konkel.
Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.
An interview with Buok Chuol, the son of first-generation South-Sudanese immigrants.