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- memories of growing up 4
- American West 3
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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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Frank Surface (65) speaks with his daughter Olivia Surface (21) in a One Small Step conversation. They talk about their individual beliefs and how to move forward together.
Jennifer Staed (55) interviews her friend Roberta Hudlow (86) about her childhood, time as a teacher, religion, her relationship with God, values, and hopes for the future.
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.
The first 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 discusses some of...
One Small Step partners Cherice Henderson (52) and Sarah McEnerney (57) have a conversation about women's rights and religion.
Darwin Bostwick (15) is interviewing Ronald Douglas (77). He has served most of his life fighting for the Native American people in the court. When he was young he didn't have many friends due to the fact that he was...
Friends and cousins Kelly House (25) and Bailey Tlachac (25) discuss being Oneida, their right to be in higher education, safe spaces they created in college at the First Nations Studies Center at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay,...
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...
Friends Darren Parry (63) and Ann Norman (49) discuss Darren's grandmother Mae Timbimboo Parry and the Bear River Massacre.
Eve Shenale (41) shares her life story on the Navajo reservation and urban city to her son, Matthew Gould (16). Growing up in the Navajo Nation Reservation and school life in the urban city came with constant moving. In both...
10th grade students interview elderly Walla Walla resident Bob Frye, father of teacher April Sorensen about his life, experiences, and advice for young people.
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...
Johnetta (Stalder) Talley tells about growing up in rural Oklahoma during the depression, her marriage to the love of her life, Max Talley, becoming a Christian, and her legacy as matriarch of a very large family.
I interviewed my grandfather who throught his hardships has found many ways to succeed
Rosiland (56 y.o.) discusses the evolution of personal growth related to empathy, compassion, and care of the dying as a hospice nurse. She also talks about searching for meaningful/non-superficial relationships.
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...
This eighty-minute 1974 interview of Anna Gertrude (Steinmetz) Paulus by her daughter Roman Catholic Sister Roma (Florence "Nancy") Paulus was recorded two years before Anna's death at age 86. Also present was son Bertram "Bob" Paulus. After some family singing,...
Cousins Brenda Rodriguez (62) and Fred Sanchez (57) discuss their ancestors with a focus on their great-great grandfather Salvador Sanchez whom they learned was a Navajo nation member.
Dr. Amber McCullum is an Applied Research Scientist for the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute (BAERI) at NASA Ames who is currently co-developing a drought tool with the Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources that includes remote sensing and ground-based...