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Caitlin Dolorico-McPeake(17) talks with Grandma Rita(87) about her life and experiences. Discussed within are topics including (but not limited to) World War II, the Glass Ceiling, terrible cooking, the Italian Mafia, and the Korean Conflict.
There was the mention of the importance of education, life lessons, professional satisfaction and growth, stories of moving between countries (and the courage in doing so), retold WWII anecdotes, globalization, and some dating advice.
This interview is with my Neighbor Els she was born in Holland then moved to America when she was one. This is her story.
This interview was about my Grandma’s life in Holland compared to her life in America as well as her struggles she’s dealt with in her life.
Discover the legacy of the Brewster family. A family that came on the Mayflower as told by our Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Heagney.
We taped about my moms experiences in school and when she arrived in the states. She talked about her life in schools in Holland and her transition to living in the U.S.
What life was like as a Jew in Nazi Germany, the escape to America and American life.
Mary Ann Olding (78) is interviewed by her niece Ann Acheson (59) about her growing up in rural Ohio, what lead her to historical preservation as a career and the ways in which her Catholic farm family shaped her independent...
An exploration into the life of my mother, a Vietnamese-American immigrant who experienced culture shock when she and her family fled her home to an unfamiliar land.
A short interview about my grandma’s life as a child and our ancestors’ history
Hayley Peterson speaks with her grandmother, Bea VanWyk McPherson, about her childhood and immagration from Holland to San Diego.
This interview between Logan Szott and his mother Heather Szott covers Heather's personal history growing up in L.A. and beyond, connecting to multiple historical events, cultural trends, and personal experiences. The interview contains segments of Heather's early life with her...
On January 10th 2016, I interviewed my 90 year old grandmother about growing up in Germany and escaping the Holocaust.
Dorothea’s childhood was a learning experience, meeting her husband and learning new things. Moving from Indonesia, holland, and then immigrating to the us was a memorable experience, and from everything defines who she is today.
I interviewed Tjitske Van der Meulen. She immigrated from Holland with her husband, Peter, leaving her family behind. Tjitske came to the U.S. for an adventure and job opportunity, not because of war or other misfortune. They got on a...