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- Native Americans 23
- memories of growing up 4
- American West 3
- personal experiences 3
- Climbing 2
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- Jackson Hole Community School 3
- Coastal Wetlands Planning Protection and Restoration Act 1
- CWPPRA 1
- Meskwaki Tribe 1
- NASA 1
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Shelley Buffalo (55) talks with her eldest son Thomas Peters (22) about the Meskwaki nation and their tribal bison herd. Thomas describes working with the bison and their importance to the tribe. Recorded at the Practical Farmers of Iowa annual...
One Small Step conversation partners Michael Lyons (71) and David Hoffman [no age given] talk about their careers, the importance of family, and the difficulty of talking about politics in the current era of political divisiveness.
Lemuel D. Cook, a Native Chickasaw and Choctaw Indian, has been all over the world, but his paradise is on the banks of the Red River between Texas and Oklahoma. He has many stories about his adventures on the River.
Steve Desroches (47) talks to Felipe Rose (68) about being an original member of the disco phenomenon the Village People.
Friends and cousins Brooke Bauer (54) and William "Monty" Branham (60) share about the Catawba people, including their oral traditions, their role in the American Revolution, and how that history connects to the present moment.
10th grade students interview elderly Walla Walla resident Bob Frye, father of teacher April Sorensen about his life, experiences, and advice for young people.
Paul Reano gives perspective on leadership from a Native American artist/owner perspective.
Brenda Dardar Robichaux was born on October 15, 1958 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is the former Principal Chief of the United Houma Nation. In this interview, she discusses wetland loss from the eyes of her community. *Disclaimer: This interview...
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...
The second 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 has interviews from...