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- horse breeding 22
- Black Cowboys 22
- Barrel Racing 2
- Horses 22
- Books 5
- Family 4
- animals 2
- chickens 2
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- Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum 1
- Washington County Library System 1
- Washington County School District 1
Sheila Burns (81) shares her memories of growing up on a farm with her daughter, Sandy Ginger (55). Sandy asks questions about Sheila's experience with polio as a young girl, her relationship with her sister after the passing of their...
Tristen Duffey (20) and his grandmother Jeanne Christakos Duffey (76) share a conversation about their family, Greek culture, and Jeanne's experience growing up on "Greek street" in Cahokia, IL.
One Small Step conversation partners Elizabeth Long (78) and Charles "Charly" Minkler (66) discuss politics of rural areas, their differences on abortion, and blended families.
Sheila Jones (70) speaks with her niece Krystal Hollis Casey (59) about their lives, their families, and their neighbors in Robbins, Illinois.
Stanley Latting (80) speaks with his niece Tracy Latting [no age given] and his nephew, Tracy's brother, Mike Latting (68) about growing up in Robbins, IL, the siblings' time in their family rodeo business, and what horses have meant to...
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.
Siblings Christy Marshall (71) and Jay Marshall (75) share a conversation about their family farm in Grubville, Missouri.
Richard Sanford, III (52) and Emmanual Phillips (28) discuss growing up primarily with or without access to technology, the importance of surrounding oneself with people who think differently from each other, and the importance religious faith can play in working...
Diane Mack (74) interviews her friend and mentee Margaret McCaskill [no age given] about her childhood memories, her passions for reading books and writing poetry, and her hopes for the future.
Sarah Padgett (25) shares a conversation with Bunny Balbachan (59) about Bunny’s childhood, the different places where she has lived, her family, her faith, her career as a nurse, and the advice she would like to share with others.
One Small Step conversation partners Christopher Panarites (57) and Nicole von Tempske-Clemins (51) connect on being devoted equestrians, supporting young people in figuring out their sexuality, and a shared discomfort with Christian fundamentalism in politics.
Maureen Lewiston (66) interviews her friend Elle Harris (30) about her experiences working as a packer for the U.S. National Park Service.
José Prieto Mendoza [no edad dado] comparte una conversación con su hija, María Prieto (50), y su nieto, Alex Gable (23), sobre su infancia, su inmigración a los Estados Unidos desde México y su familia. [Jose Prieto Mendoza [no age...
Meet Leslee Ganss! Learn about her career as an artist, cartoonist, and graphic designer in South Jersey.
Vonda Arnold (95) has a conversation with her son Devin Cowan (62) about her earliest family memories, upbringing, life experiences, and her horse, Ginger.
Recording February 27, 2018 – The Leavitt sisters grew up in St. George, Utah and have many memories of the library. Ann Leavitt Jacob’s first vivid memories of the library are of attending 2nd grade there, though she admitted “the...
One Small Step partners Cheryl Lee (52) and Hannah Minkler (31) talk about being inspired by their fathers, their love of basketball, and ranch life.
Allan Anderson (63) interviews his mother Jodean Water (83) about her marriages, her friendships, and her family.
Anna Wasden (58) sits down with her mother, Joan Hunter Christensen (86), to ask about her family's turf accounting business, what it was like growing up in Distington, England during World War II, and the family traditions that differ from...
Siblings, Barbara Davis (61) and Joe Davis (54), reminisce about their childhood in Miami, FL, tell stories about their family traditions, and reflect on how their parents helped shape who they are today.
Karen Oakley [no age given] shares memories and tells the story of a beautiful death concerning her father, Ted Repplier.
One Small Step partners Jim Candelaria (62) and Armida Huerta (56) share a conversation about their family histories and the roots of their political beliefs.
Mya Schipilliti interviews her Aunt Barbara Orff about her life on a farm and her love of horses.