Ag History

Talking with Granny about her own family farm, as will as my Grandpa’s Farm which I grew up on.

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Richard Dobbins and Sherry Williams

Richard Dobbins Jr. (70) tells friend and colleague Sherry Williams (58) about growing up in Bronzeville, Chicago, and being in the Navy during the later '60s, early '70s.

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Lawrence Fox and Shelley Chambers-Fox

On his birthday, Lawrence "Larry" Fox (65) talks with his wife Shelley Chambers-Fox (68) and recalls his career in academia and transitioning into dairy sciences education and specialization. He also recalls his family's ancestry and how it connects to his...

Eastern NC Farming

Within this interview, my grandfather and I talked about his life growing up and connection to agriculture, especially tobacco.

“What gets my juices flowing is connecting the science to an actual mission.” an interview with Brad Doorn

Brad Doorn’s, Water Resources and Agriculture Applied Science Program NASA, work includes forecasting the global food supply, including warnings and predictions about possible problems that might arise due to water supply shortages which can inform global market prices. While the...

Thanksgiving Interview With Grandma Routh

This is an interview with Lula Mae Routh, my great grandmother. She is 94 years old and she has been both a dairy and produce farmer during her lifetime. Her interview describes Thanksgiving and agriculture during her life.

Thanksgiving Interview

A brief interview with my dad discussing agriculture in our family. We talk about agriculture in his childhood and how it compares to today, beekeeping in the past and present, gardening in our family, and his time as head grower...

Thanksgiving Interview

Ag history interview with my grandmother, Elizabeth Morris.

HI 360 Ag. Interview

An interview with my dad about his grandfather - who owned a plant nursery. (Picutred: my dad on the left, his grandparents on the right.)

Grandma’s memories of thanksgiving and gardening

Disscussion of family history with a focus on agriculture and Thanksgiving, leading into a discussion of current traditions and my family's relationship to agriculture.

Thanksgiving Interview With Grandma Routh

This is an interview with Lula Mae Routh, my great grandmother. She is 94 years old and she has been both a dairy and produce farmer during her lifetime. Her interview describes Thanksgiving and agriculture during her life.

How Sources of Thanksgiving Foods Have Changed Over Time.

My father and I discuss how foods eaten at Thanksgiving has changed since he was a kid and where those foods came from.

Interview with dad

In this interview my dad talks about farming from his childhood. He was born in Andhra Pradesh, India and farmed with his family in the early part of his life. He talks how different agriculture was back then and how...

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Debra Gwynn and Bruce Gwynn

Bruce Gwynn (71) talks with his wife, Debra "Debbie" Gwynn (66), about his childhood in Yuma, schooling and work in the community. He reflects on his family — struggles with alcoholism, and becoming a proud parent and grandparent.

Kem Trice – Be who you want to be, not what people want you to be.

Kem Trice tells about growing up in Tennessee. Being the first woman certified to teach vocational agriculture in Tennessee . Living during the segregation and integration of African Americans and the Vietnam War. The Challenger flight and it's impact on...

Talking with Grandpa about Food… After Thanksgiving Dinner

Discussed the changes of agriculture, and food over the course of my grandfather’s life.

Thanksgiving Interview

Interviewing my grandmother about growing up on a family farm.

Discussing Agriculture with my Grandfather

I recorded this interview a month ago over the phone, since I wasn’t going to see my Grandfather, who is my closest relative with an agricultural background, over Thanksgiving. We discussed what farming was like for him growing up, his...

Interview with Zachary

Zachary and I discussed topics involving a new look into agriculuture, possible opprotunites as well organic agriculuture.

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Rothacker Smith and William Hampton

WWII POW, Dr. Rothacker Smith, "Doc Rock," and William Hampton (53) have a conversation about Doc Rock's career as an agricultural professor in Huntsville and being captured by Austrian militia during WWII.