Interviews with the Waccamaw Indian People: Chief Harold "Buster" Hatcher

Dr. Harold "Buster" Hatcher, Chief of the Waccamaw Indian People of South Carolina, talks with a Coastal Carolina University student about what it means to him to be a member of the tribe. He says about being Native American "I...

Interviews with the Waccamaw Indian People: Ricky Hudnall

Ricky Hudnall, a member of the Waccamaw Indian People of South Carolina, talks with a Coastal Carolina University student about what it means to him to be a member of the tribe. Ricky says that "the biggest thing I'd really...

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Virginia "Gin" Behrends and Nancy Parode

Virginia "Gin" Behrends (81) talks to her friend, Nancy Parode (53), about her childhood, her feelings towards Pearl Harbor, her wedding, being a navy wife, and living in the south during the Civil Rights Movement.

Her story

I took the opportunity to sit down and interview my mom and ask her about what her childhood was like. Not only did I find out about her childhood, but I learned about some of my great grandparents’ background as...

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kay has and has always had a great relationship with jesus christ. she referents in her mistakes with ease because she knows they are forgivin.

Interview with Emma Goodwyn 2021 by Mariah Goodwyn: The story of Emma Goodwyn’s life

I’m this interview we talk about how how my Grandma was a sharecropper growing up and about the struggles and good times she has gone through in her lifetime.

Euleen Edmondson is Interviewed by her Granddaughter About Growing up in South America
December 7, 2018 App Interview

Euleen Edmondson (64) is interviewed by her granddaughter Kayla (13) in Greenville, South Carolina for Thanksgiving Break. Ms. Edmondson lived almost half of her life in Guyana, and reminisces on her childhood in the South American country. She talks about...

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Kiplyn Primus and Leona Barr-Davenport

Kiplyn Primus (60) speaks with Leona Barr-Davenport (64) about her life and career. Leona talks about being born in South Carolina and her success in business as a leader.

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Joseph West and Charles Lane

Friends Joseph "Raleigh" West (39) and Charles Lane (67) discuss their work as conservationists, their journey to the field, the topographical and social factors that shaped the Revolutionary War, and what this history means for us in the present moment.

Interview with my Unique Grandpa
November 30, 2017 App Interview

In this interview I talked about the influential jobs that made the man my grandfather the man he is today and what he has learned from them

Vietnam veteran shares stories of the war.

My grandfather talks about the time that he spent in Vietnam. He also talks of how he was blessed, and saw little violence.

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Transition from high school to college

I interviewed my cousin Arianna. We discussed the transition from high school to college and all the responsibilities, relationships, and struggles that came with it.

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Clint McGuire and Jack Benjamin

Clint McGuire (56) continues his conversation with his former professor and long-time friend Jack Benjamin (71) about Jack's years building and running a theatre department at the University of South Carolina Aiken. This conversation mainly covers the years 2002-2006.

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Tamara Nicks and Clint McGuire

Clint McGuire (56) speaks with his friend Tamara Nicks (55) about her time as one of the first members of the University Theatre program at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

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William Phillipps and Susan Humphreys

Susan Humphreys (76) interviews her bother William "Bill" Phillipps (73) about his childhood in South Carolina, his time in the Army during the Vietnam war, and his family life.

Interviews with the Waccamaw Indian People: Alan Faver

Alan Faver, a member of the Waccamaw Indian People of South Carolina, talks with a Coastal Carolina University student about what it means to him to be a member of the tribe. Alan would like the tribe to receive federal...

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Paul Kennedy and Vince Whibbs

Paul Kennedy (57) shares with his friend Vince "Vinnie" Whibbs (77) about his childhood, his 30 years incarcerated and getting the support he needed to stay out of prison through the anti-recidivism program, Re-entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP).