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- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- VPR 1
- WVPE 1
An interview for a school project over life in the 1900s.
The differences between life 50 years ago and now. And reflections with my grandparents.
We talked about how history was taught in the 1980’s and what was the most interesting facets of it.
I spent time with my grandmother asking her about her past and I asked her to reflect on her life.
My grandmother, JoAnn Griffin, describes what her life was like on the farm where she grew up. She tells how she met my grandfather and how she would like to be remembered.
in this interview Mis Hernández and myself, we talk about historical events of u.s history, also we talk about personal memories from Ms.Hernandez.
Friends Shayne Duggan (50) and Wayne Evans (87) talk about Wayne's love of baseball and his childhood, riding a train to and from high school.
One Small Step conversation partners Carson Berrier (23) and Anna Koutsouftikis (18) talk about how they grew up, their religious beliefs, politics, their interests and what they see and hope for their futures.
Architect Kenneth "Ken" Etten (75) talks about his professional life and experiences with Dave Desimone (52), who shares Ken's passion for historic preservation.
Kaitlynn Ward Griffith (35) sits down with her grandfather, Allen Woodall Jr. (87), to discuss the lessons he has learned throughout his life, his passion for preserving history through museum curation, and each of their future hopes for the museums...
Colleagues Ricardo "Rick" Herrera (60) and Dan Davis (39) speak about the battle at Ninety-Six and its legacy, gaining a deeper understanding of history through topography and staff rides.
Mark "Paulie" Wenger is interviewed by Kiyomi Locker and talks about the history/geography of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. They discuss the folklife and folk lore of the Pine Barrens, including popular jargon of words like "Piney" and the...
My grandmother is an incredible person who has achieved so much throughout her life. She has travelled to so many places and overcome so much, I couldn’t be more thankful for my grandmother.
The interviewee is Leo Campos, he is my father.
Joyce Shaw Peterson (81) talks with her granddaughter, Ingrid Kimble Peterson (12) about her work as a history professor.
In today's interview, the interviewer Frankie Wright, asks his mother, Patty, about his ancestors and old family traditions. During the interview Patty talks about early childhood and early memories. She also talks about how work has affected her life and...
Establishing a general basic background.
Rosa y su historia de inmigración ella emigró en 1994 a la edad de dieciocho años hablamos sobre el motivo y cómo se adaptó a la nueva vida y los desafíos que enfrentó. Y otras preguntas fueron respondidas en base...
My grandparents talk about their thanksgiving traditions and history both in their childhood and modern day.
Interview with Owen’s grandmother done by Henry, Owen, and Sam about the 1960’s
Barbara Huntley (67) talks with her husband Horace Huntley (68) about childhoods, courtship, and children.