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Herb Andrews discusses growing up as one of the few African American farmers in Clinton County. Andrews comments extensively on the farm he inherited from his father, tenant farming, and the major changes in farming practices that he has witnessed…

Willie Ryan discusses farmlife and his farming experiences. The interview includes an extended comparison of farming between the 1920s and 1980s, as well as discussions about the crops he's grown, differences in cattle breeds, Wolf Creek Dam, and the…

Elbert Arvin discusses his farming experiences, as well as his role as an Estill County country store, saw mill and slaughterhouse owner. Arvin comments extensively on the acreage he owns, the work that goes into maintaining his farms and livestock,…

Mr. Posey was a Lieutenant in the Kentucky State Police when he taught the first Law Enforcement class of 47 members in the Gibson Building at EKU. In this interview Posey discusses how and why the Law Enforcement program began. He reflected on the…

Senator Ford is at EKU in 1990 to speak to an audience to commemorate the 200th basic class of the Bureau of Training. Before speaking he is interviewed by Dr. Bagby. Senator Ford discusses getting involved in the program and going to Washington…

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In this interview with President Martin and Dr. Rowlett they describes the start of EKU's Law Enforcement Program. They felt it would fit in well with the School of Technology and EKU began creating associate and baccalaureate programs. Those who…

Richard Cole discusses the social studies program at Western Heights High School.

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Brian Wearing, the Chairman of American Studies at Canterbury University discusses his program and teaching United States History in New Zealand.

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Altea High School Students discuss their impressions of American History and the ways it is taught in New Zealand.

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Anthony Bocker discusses his responsibilities as a History and Economics Professor at Awatapu College.

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Phillipa Hunter, Head of Teacher Education, discusses her professional background in history and social studies, as well as her adminstrative tenure at the University of Waikato.

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Graham Hucker discusses the curriculum he followed while instructing students at Palmerston North Boys High School, as well as his duties as the Head of the Social Studies Department at the Palmerston North College of Education.

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Tom Curham discusses the History curriculum at Auckland Teachers College, which changed its name and status in 1985 and combined with another institution, the Secondary Teachers College of Auckland, to become the Auckland College of Education.

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Maureen Montgomery discusses the American Studies program at the University of Canterbury.

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Betty Connor, Department Head of History and Social Studies, discusses how American History is taught at Queen Victoria College (School for Maori Girls), known in the Maori language as Te Kura Kuini Wikitoria. She also gives an account of the…

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Raymond Richards discusses how American History is taught at the University of Waikato.

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Dr. Rob Rabel discusses how American History is taught and perceived in New Zealand.

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Hans Van Dyk discusses American Studies at the University of Auckland.

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Kay Harrison, head of the History & Social Studies Department at Aotea College/High School, discusses her curriculum and teaching American Studies in New Zealand.

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