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Formulating Footnotes: Week of April 16th

Good day, readers!

I have some exciting news regarding The oral history of Bob Gross (which I have been working on periodically since last October). Well, it’s finally uploaded to YouTube, meaning it is now available to the public for the entire history and archaeology loving community to utilize and enjoy! 617 more words

The Red Haired Giants - Se-Te-Cah - Lovelock Cave

Si-Te-Cah are the red-haired Giants of Lovelock Cave. According to Paiute oral history, the Si-Te-Cah, Saiduka, or, Sai’i are a legendary tribe whose mummified remains were allegedly discovered under four feet of guano, by guano miners in what is now known as, Lovelock Cave in Lovelock, Nevada, United States. 361 more words


Plantation Vacation

An oral history book I compiled, edited, and designed.

Unraveling Prettiness


Fall 2017 Student Blog: Oral History

This is the fifteenth in a series of Tuesday re-blogs of my student work from our HIST395 course. Please enjoy these blogs written by… 86 more words

Public History

EVENT! Sharing Pittsburgh Histories: Who's got a story to tell?

We’ve been talking about changes that are happening soon in our neighborhood. Something that comes up often is how to keep Pittsburgh’s history alive and present. 178 more words


Solving a Medical Mystery with Oral History Traditions

From JSTOR Daily by James MacDonald:

In 1993, in the four corners region of New Mexico, young healthy people began suffering generic flu-like symptoms. Within an eight-week period, ten people had died, their lungs filled with fluid. 213 more words