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Donna Hasse, 81 and Colleen Acker, 51 Aunt and niece : 2020-12-28 21:14:58 Donna Hasse talks with her niece about life on the farm, her siblings, and being a teacher.
My Papa Clyde talks about his experience on his dairy farm and his own personal garden.
My mom and I interview my grandma who lived in a ranch in Tupicocha, Peru. Then talks about moving to a city and then to the US. Including memories of her children, regrets and how she’ll be remembered
I sat down with my Aunt to get her take on what it was like growing up on the farm in a household of 8 children. She was able to share quite a few fun stories that shed some light...
Bill (pa) talks about what life was like growing up on a farm, his parents, siblings, and work.
This is an interview between a mother and her daughter regarding life, experience, and the wisdom you gain from it all.
Emma shares her story of her friend Natalie and how she was honored
three generations talking about food
We talked about his life. I asked him questions about his life expectancies.
We talked about Laura’s life and her farm. We also talked about her family, her childhood, and what she’s proud of.
My grandfather and I were having a conversation about his life and what he’s done in his life.
Bruce Friedrich (84) talks with his granddaughter Rose Friedrich (14) about his experiences from growing up on a farm to getting a phd in chemistry.
We talked about life during WWII when she was a child in Fairhope, Alabama. We also talked about the last slave ship that came to the U.S.
My mom, Layne Cox elaborates on a rough childhood and how it made her who she is today. She also goes into detail about important people in her life
Mardelas life and how she had to use her creativeness to get out of certain situations
Joanne talks about growing up in the King family near Danville, KY in the 1940s and 50s. She covers sharecropping, tobacco farming, farm life, valuable lessons, hard work, and good and bad times in the process.