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Today we talked about different events around the time of the civil war and the impact it had on America.
The interview of Lucia Vargas-Palacios a Salvadoran Immigrant. A mother of four males who came in 2003 to give a better life for her kids
Interesting stories and tales from the life and Times of Peggy Dotterer. These interviews took place on the following dates: 12/31/88, 3/4/89, 10/22/89 (in Stafford Cemetery), 4/1/90, 6/7/90, 9/2/90. It's is believed that all the interviews were all held at Peggy...
One Small Step partners Becky [No Name Given] (66) and Jane Pacelli (72) discuss agreeing to disagree, bridging political gaps between family members, and making art.
Nadine Lutz (48) speaks with her mother, Rola Jbeily (69), about the stations of her life.
Discussion about questions prior to the Civil War these two students discuss their personal opinions and facts they’ve learned in their US history honors class. Hopefully to get a good grade and also possibly educate anyone who wants to listen.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Sally Patton (76) about her childhood, her career, her family, and the quilt that has been passed down to her from the early 1820s.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in New York City, New York, Michael Poplawski (17) interviews his great-uncle John Ambacher (75). John recounts experiences during his stay in Havanna, Cuba, and his first days teaching as a professor. He...
In this interview, which takes place over Thanksgiving break, I interview my grandfather Larry Pirkle about various components of his life. Mr. Pirkle discusses his youth, and growing up in Hueytown, Alabama. After this, he reminisces about his decision to...
my name is Day Galbreath interviewing my grandmother, Lorraine Galbreath who is 74. throughout the interview she answers questions about her life growing up in memphis during the civil rights movement, her family life, and her advice for future generations,...
“I don’t care what people think, I will do anything and everything for my children.” On December 21, 2018, Daisy Salinas talked about her experience of leaving her home in El Salvador to come to the United States. She explains...
This discussion was about the Civil War and some "what ifs" in many scenarios.
In which Jamie and James Landrum discuss the differences between the North and South leading up to the Civil War. (i apologize in advance for the lisp, i'm still having trouble speaking.*)
Beata Turnquist (16) discusses the history of her own family and the events in history that they participated in with her grandmother Helen Turnquist (72).
In this interview, Bridget and I talked about what lead up to the civil war.
I discuss some of the events that lead up to thr Civil War with my brother.