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- Capitol Cement 1
- Freeport area high school 1
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In this interview, conducted in November 2017, Kellie Meyers (17) talks to her father Jay Meyers (60) about his childhood in rural Wisconsin. Mr. Meyers talks about the jobs he often worked on his family's farm as well as in...
December 10th, 2017, Sophia Bauserman Interviews her dad, Russell Bauserman in Ashburn, Virginia. He is asked questions about his favorite memories of the past. Some questions are answered about his teen years and some are answered about his childhood. His...
Edward Hall (59) talks to his brother Leander "Buster" Hall (72) about early childhood memories, the Catholic church, and life in Alabama.
The last of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode still has interviews...
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Asheville, North Carolina, Eden Roberson (16) interviews her grandfather Vilas Glaeske. Vilas shares stories of growing up on a dairy farm, meeting his wife, and precious moments with his daughter, Miriam. He...
Elias (68) talks to his daughter Patricia (40) about reasons why he moved to the U.S. He spoke about what he misses about Mexico, and he spoke of his experiences living in Michigan.
My Grandpa Harry grew up as an army brat who moved around a lot. After majoring in general studies, and serving for a time in the army, he never really settled down to a conventional career. He has no regrets,...
Sherwin Cohrs was born in West Brook, Minnesota in 1935. He lived in West Brook until he enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1957. When he got out of the Marine Corps he started working in construction and started a...
I talk with my father about his experience hunting and his thoughts on the animals.
In this interview I talked with my grandpa. We talked about his life and his accomplishments.
The first of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode discusses some of...
Blake and Lauren talk about how having a positive mindset. Lauren asks about how he keeps negative feelings and thought out of his mind. They go on to talk about how important his family is and keeping up with a...
One Small Step conversation partners Cale Green (31) and Mathew Mulhelm (39) discuss influential moments in their lives, their political values, and pressing issues in Alaska.
Rosalyn Schragg [no age given] interviews her friend Leanna Hayes [no age given] about Rosalyn’s journey from Rotherham, England to Soap Lake, Washington State. They also discuss Rosalyn’s marriage, children, career, and home.
This is Roland Snyder and he is my grandfather. He told me some of the very important moments in his life.
Casey Wombacher, currently attending Penn State Altoona College, spoke briefly about his life story. His parents were a key part of his childhood. They make him aspire to be better and work harder. He spoke about bonding with his Father...
We talked about Ed’s past with high school, cars, hobbies, personality, good and bad decisions, and modern hobbies and interests. We discussed our interests and modern events that I did that can relate back to what he has done.
We talked about his whole life and the decisions he has made to get where he is today. We also talked about his love for the outdoors and traveling abroad. Finally, we talked a little about his wife and children.
Grandpa tells the story of the goose flying away after we were picked up and ready to go
Morgan Graham (42) and Phillip Smith (34) sit down for an in-person One Small Step conversation.