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- English 6
Mrs. Rieff grew up on a farm, and was a part of the 4H personality improvement organization. She lived a very happenstance life, which ultimately led her from fashion to teaching and finally to counseling. She always try’s to do...
Me and my mom talked about what life had in store for me and what she did when she was little.
This interview is between my brother and I. We talk about who who was to be, his nickname, and a favorite memory he has of me.
Lauren Ray interviews Nathan Windel, a local science educator, about the importance of place-based learning opportunities at the Buffalo. This interview was conducted during an oral history workshop at the Newton County Library.
Friends and past co-workers Charles Rogers and Dale MacMillan talk about their experiences as rangers at Buffalo National River in the early days of the park.
Tenth grader Rachael Daniel shares some of the struggles in her life, how she has overcome them and allowed them to make her a stronger, better person.
We talked about how was it without a father figure in the home and the backstory of his life.
A grandson talks to his grandfather about his childhood, civic responsibility and the future of African Americans.
My older brother & i grew up together in the same household. I interviewed him because I wanted to understand his point of view of things.
Siblings, Lorrie Keating Heinemann (60) and Robert Keating (61), interview their sister, Patricia "Pat" Keating (78), about her early life, her work, her hobbies, and how she learned to navigate life as a blind person. They also share some favorite...
Dr. Frank Mitchell, National Guard Veteran and Superintendent of Vilonia Public Schools for 27 years shares his experiences and service in the United States National Guard.
We talked about her life and any historical events that happened during that time.
Today I interviewed my sister, Paige Babcock, on many subjects in life. We talk about the future, the past, life lessons, religion, and much more. I believe that in this interview you will learn alot from Paige Babcock.
Lauren Ray interviews sisters Jenny (Barnes) Butler and Justine (Barnes) France about their experience growing up on the Buffalo River
How important life lessons can be and how to listen to others. Also in a form of looking through different realities of individuals.
In this recording, Emelia at Washington junior high the infield, Arkansas, record an audio file for StoryCorps. Emelia is in seventh grade. This recording includes funny stories about are family. My grandpa and I are peeling potatoes in the interview...
My mom and I talk about how she felt about the military and our family.
In conclusion, I am grateful to have mother like mine and she is grateful to have a child like me. She talked about family, hard times and good times in her life and divorce.