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Part 2 of an interrupted interview — note: Mike & Mary “Minnie” Goodwin are my grandfather’s Uncle & Aunt (the names mom was trying to remember)
Mac Turner is from Billings and currently an MSU Bozeman medical student in-progress.
Sophie King is from a small town and studying Nursing at Montana State University.
Interview with my father, Kendall McCook, about his life and his family history.
My grandma talked about her childhood, family stories, her grandpa, and how she became a Delta Gamma.
In this Interview conducted in November 2018 in Sidney,Montana.Ashton Neu interviews grandmother Bonnie Neu about her childhood on the farm.Bonnie also shares about her family experiences.At the end Bonnie talks about her memories of me as a child.
we talk about her experience here at hellgate, other schools, her family, and more.
I spoke to my grandma about her childhood, and what influenced her in life as well as favorite memories.
Dana talks about how growing up in Kansas and his inability to decide what he wanted to do
Mallory Myers interviews her father, Gage, about his life.
My grandmother answers various questions regarding her childhood in Montana, the grief of losing her husband, and raising six children all in her own.
Since 1948 so much has changed… families have grown apart and so have communities. So much anger and distance is depicted on television that people believe that is the way that life is supposed to be. I’m earlier times and...
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee, Harry Henderson (15) interviews his mother Janet Farris Henderson (48) about her childhood and life growing up in the South. Mrs. Henderson shares her life story of coming from two...
Hillary, Ramsay, and Asha Goyal talked about our happiest memories and plans for our future.
Jeff shares his earliest memories of train travel as well as tips for those contemplating Amtrak today.
Barbara and I met this morning on the Empire Builder 27. We had a lovely conversation about her life.
Founder of the Bozeman Clinic, Dr. John Heetderts, now 91 years old, remembers growing up in Montana in the first half of the 20th century.
Bernice Herman, 103 of Glasgow, Montana, shares stories of her youth, education, and grandparents.
Ray Campeau recalls the Serbian celebration of Mesopust, the coming of the interstate, his family’s heritage, and the round-the-clock hardworking miners in Butte.
Larry Hops shares stories of childhood, Yellowstone National Park, work life in Montana, and more.
Bear Dan McKinney discusses the experiences of his New Mexican childhood and his eventual move to Montana. He credits his father with his formula for a happy life.