Oral Histories are first hand stories that have been gathered by conducting interviews with individuals who have observed or been part of an event. The focus is to collect and preserve that individual’s first-hand information and make it available to future researchers through audio recordings, handwritten notes, or videotapes.
Why conduct oral histories?
This guide is designed to introduce you to: books, databases, web sites, and information on microfilm related to Oral Histories.
Sitting Bull's great-grandson tells the story of his great-grandfather's betrayal.
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