berry_history - neighbor or associate who has lived all or...

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  WESTMORELAND  HISTORICAL SOCIETY  ORAL HISTORY COMMITTEE REPORT  
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PRESERVING OUR HISTORY AN OPPORTUNITY TO CAPTURE OUR PAST HOW TO COLLECT AN ORAL HISTORY The most important part of oral history collection is the list of questions you will ask. Use the  Westmoreland Historical Society’s sample questions or let those questions spark your own  imagination to add specific questions you would like to ask. We would like everyone to consider collecting an oral history from a friend, relative, 
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Unformatted text preview: neighbor, or associate who has lived all or part of his or her life in Westmoreland. We would like to use these oral histories for our newsletter and include them in our family archives. We want to make all of our members active historians! This is significant work as we preserve our community’s heritage. Jenee S. Berry Westmorland Historical Society March 3, 2007...
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