Tag Archives: cultures
Well, the day has come for the task of final proofing the interviews from Women Behind the Plow. The exhibit has been a huge success and will be a featured display the North Dakota Heritage Center from May 1 through … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since this blog has seen any real action, however as we begin to earnestly work on the book, Women Behind the Plow, it will again be a snapshot of the rich interviews that have been … Continue reading
Join us at the 90th annual Wishek Sauerkraut Day for the first public opening Catch of glimpse of life on the prairie through the lens of women who grew up on or raised their families on farms in German-Russian Country. … Continue reading
On Monday of this week, while the weather was still sweet and warm and felt like summer, we had a dinner party at my Uncle Ed and Aunt Alice’s home in Bismarck. Now, while most folks would be bar-b-queuing up … Continue reading
I did not mention Carol’s contributions to Ewiger Saatz, I am sorry because she did the work on Maggies Cafe story and the piece about Grenz’s General Store. THANK YOU CAROL. Here is a note I received from her about … Continue reading
Seems that projects like collecting the stories and memories of elders provokes many memories in youngsters and oldsters alike. Take for instance Ham Brod (with the umlaut). Carmen gave me a folder of stuff and I decided to type it … Continue reading
Here’s an interview with a 102-year-old resident of the Strasburg nursing home.