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In this interview Alex jr. and his sweet elderly neighbor Ms. Ferguson talk about her childhood and family.
Her life story and how it was as she went though her life. What she wants people to remember her by.
Makayla and her Great-Grandma talk about what it was like back in the day for school, work, farm life, and more
This interview is about my great grandmother’s family and life growing up on a farm.
The story of my grandfather and his life story. His hardships and his great times, what he enjoys and what he dislikes, and what his morals are.
Florentina talked about when she was young and working as a farmer at a really young age. She mentioned why she did not attend college because of not having enough money so she decided to work as a maid to...
One Small Step partners Michelle Ferguson (38) and Alexa Saunders (75) talk about their different upbringings, politics, and literature.
Nonno Gino talks about his time in Italy, coming to America, and his time welding. He says to “never stop learning”.
From farm boy to executive in a Fortune 500 company. This is an interview with my Dad.
One Small Step partners Steve Montgomery (53) and Joan Pasiuk (69) have a conversation about their commonalities as individuals and how their religious beliefs impact their political ideologies.
This interview was held on June 4, 2018 with my eldest aunt, Luz (Luzviminda). She speaks briefly of her life, important aspects of what make her who she is, and memories of her family, including me, with some assistance of...
We talk about his career choice, why he like his job, pros and cons of farming.
We talked about his childhood a lot, and we talked about him riding motercycles.
We were given a number of questions we could have asked. I picked a few questions from each section.
My grandpa says that family is one of the most important things in life.
My grandpa Paul and i sat and talked about his life and he shared some lessons that he learned and some stories about his early life.
We talked about how it was to grow up “back then” and how it effected them in that time. It was obvious that it was a whole different time period back in the mid 1900’s. We learned about school and...