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Cecilia Laidemitt and Heidi Laidemitt

Cecilia Laidemitt (72) talks with her daughter, Heidi Laidemitt (28), about growing up in Santa Fe Springs surrounded by family, recalls activities she would do with her brother, and the experience of being the first Mexican-American family in Pico Rivera.

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48:09
John Northcutt and XinLing Fritz

One Small Step partners John Northcutt (44) and XinLing Fritz (22) discuss raising chickens, driving around the United States, and collecting pens.

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51:12
Laura Wright and Susan Lupone Stonis

One Small Step conversation partners and new friends Laura Wright (65) and Susan Lupone Stonis (59) discover how much they have in common, talk over their religious differences, and the need for kindness in the world.

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53:24
J. Brian Weller and Sarah Padgett

Sarah Padgett (25) interviews her great uncle J. Brian Weller (86) about his childhood, the relationships that have shaped him, and his hopes for the future of their family. Throughout their conversation, they remember Richard Sanderson White, who was J....

Father of Chickens

His life of raising chickens to raising three crazy children! Jessie talks about his life before America and reveals his deepest darkest secrets.

Chicken Farming

Keith and April Holbrook are local chicken farmers in Arkansas. They have grown chickens for 7 years.

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45:13
Lola Yale and Sheri Solomon

Sheri Solomon (56) interviews her mom Lola Yale (76) about growing up in a farm close to Walla Walla, WA and about her affinity to music and theater. Lola talks about being in charge of the Musical Production of the...

Pre School on the Farm

I was alone a lot so I explored the barn and the other places on the farm. one time I saw a weasel and my sister Mary told me what it was. I collected chicken feathers and I kept busy...

How I got my pets

I talk about how i got my new pets, a dog and 8 chickens, during the quarantine.

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49:59
Qhianna Herrera and Rich Eckert

One Small Step partners Qhianna Herrera (27) and Rich Eckert (56) have a conversation about corporate librarians, the best way to kill a chicken, and how they handle the guns in their lives.

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23:22
Jane Hyde Rader, Robin Rader, and Haven Miller

Robin Rader (70) and her husband, Haven Miller (68), interview Robin's mother, Jane Hyde Rader (94), about what it was like growing up on a farm in Southwest Missouri in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.

Nell Schneider #4, 7/12/21

Nell Schneider (6/18/1930-) talks with her grandson, Matthew Harrison, and her daughter (Matthew's mother), Sue Harrison, at her Glendale Wisconsin home. During this interview, Nell discusses World War II; the attack on Pearl Harbor; food and recipes; changes in technology...

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38:15
Nora Sutz and Rachel Sutz Pienta

Dr. Rachel Sutz Pienta (49) sits down with her mother, Nora Sutz (71), to discuss their family history, to reminisce about their favorite family memories, and to remember family members who have passed away.

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Sheila Jones and Krystal Casey

Sheila Jones (70) speaks with her niece Krystal Hollis Casey (59) about their lives, their families, and their neighbors in Robbins, Illinois.

Grandparents talk about life experiences

We learn about times in my grandparents and that having 5 sisters is not that bad. Freedom is rightly associated with motorcycles. And that when you leave anywhere make sure to bring your car or the chickens will get it....

Addy and Grandma Kuper interview pt 1

The microphone stopped working part of the way through so this is the first 1/3 of the interview

JOE + JEANETTE SAUER (PART ONE)

Tenacity and an unwavering work ethic define the life of a farmer. At 92 years of age, Joe Sauer planted over 1,000 onion plants this past year. “Over the course of a few days,” he qualified. As if one could...

JOE + JEANETTE SAUER (PART TWO)

A dry year scares you to death; a wet year starves you to death. The short answer is, there is no typical year in farming. It’s a year of hard work and hope. Joe explains the economics of making ends...