Oral History Articles
Expert answers on how to help a child do a family history interview with Grandma or Grandpa.
Ready to channel your inner Diane Sawyer or Larry King? Interview your relatives to capture family history details and stories.
Read a brief first-hand account of a prison for females in the 1800s.
How do you find people to interview about your family? And when you've got them on the line, what's the best way to breach sensitive subjects? We'll tell you how.
Add these kin and acquaintances to your interview list, and you may discover surprising facts and anecdotes about your ancestors.
A mother-daughter oral history project becomes a compelling read of a Depression-era childhood on the prairie.
Tools and tips for putting together an oral history for your relative.
'Tis the season to find out where your family traditions come from – and how to incorporate some new ones.
Websites, books and organizations to help you plan, execute and preserve oral history interviews.
Nobody can tell your own story as well as you. Here's how to get started transforming your memories into memoirs.