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Asked my grandfather about his time in the military and growing up.
It was about my mothers past and all the things she createful for
We talked about his life, and some memories he had about his childhood. We also talked about some regrets he had, and what he’s been blessed with in life.
Two friends share memories of a friendship spanning 33 years, multiple states, marriages, kids, and cancer.
I speak with my friend Sara, who move here from Columbia, about her experience.
In this interview on November 25th 2018 in Westfairview, Pennsylvania I interview my great grandmother Margaret Stewart (93) about her overall life experiences. Margaret talks about her relationship with her husband, what her grandparents were like, what it was like...
I am speaking with Martha Rocha about what her life has been like since she moved to the United States from Columbia. She absolutely loves it here!
Argent es de Columbia y ella viene a Los Estados Unidos a la edad el vientinueve. Ella habla sobre su vida en Columbia y como diferente es en Los Estados Unidos. Tam one, Argent habla los tradiciones y cosas hacer...
An interview with Monique on how her mother has impacted her life for U101 project at University of South Carolina.
Sandy Frost (52) talks with her mother Taffy Solcher (79) and asks about Taffy’s unique childhood, growing up as the daughter of a man in the oil business which meant growing up all over the world, in places like Columbia,...
Patty Giancaterino came from a family where she was the oldest of five children and went to a high school in Columbia that was all girls. She moved to the United States for all of the opportunities it has to...
In this interview, I asked Daniella if anyone had a big influence in her life. She told me about how her mom has impacted her life in many ways, from eating healthy to setting an example of how to be...
Overall, I found out many interesting things about my Grandma that I hadn’t known before. I am so fortunate to have had this opportunity to find out more about my family history and ancestry.
This is a short interview of Vernice Lacy, 73, from Washington DC. It was conducted by Madison Harris for The Great Thanksgiving Listen. This interview was focused on life and growing up.