Interviewee Transcript MP3
Janet Backman Pdf Pt1 Pt2
Murl Barker Pdf Pt1 Pt2
Sandy Beaucage Pdf MP3
Will Chin Pdf MP3
Stan Christensen Pdf MP3
Wanda Dray Pdf MP3
Penny Earnest Pdf MP3
Ralph Elder Pdf MP3
Nancy and Ron Freeman, Jack-Miller Pdf MP3
Girl Scouts Library Day MP3
Betty Hanning Pdf MP3
Edie Neeson Pdf MP3
Greg Nickels Pdf MP3
Sylvia Odom Pdf Pt1 Pt2
Alan Peterson Pdf MP3
Wendy Pugh Pdf MP3
Bob Rice Pdf MP3
Donna Roseveare Pdf MP3
John Sabee Pdf MP3
Peggy Sample Pdf MP3
Olga Skinner Pdf MP3
South Park Neighborhood Center MP3
Allen Stowers Pdf Pt1 Pt2
Dick Valenzuela Pdf MP3

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Funding provided by

4 Culture Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Interview for Telling our Stories

Jose Campos and Roberto Cueller interviewing Sandy Beaucage, 2011
(Courtesy Tania Westby Photography)

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society/Log House Museum has developed the first exhibit of a three-year project called Telling Our Westside Stories: Land, Work, and Home.

Based on more than 40 oral history interviews and photographs from the society’s collection, the exhibit brings to life the stories of ordinary people on the Duwamish Peninsula in the decades after the Alki landing in 1851. The first phase focuses on how residents have interacted with the land and water—the Duwamish Peninsula, Puget Sound, Elliott Bay, and the Duwamish River.

An interactive map of southwest Seattle, with audio clips from interviews, will travel in 2012-2013 to local libraries, schools, and community centers.

An printed map and education packet with map and CD are available in the gift shop.

Audio edited by Youth Media Institute
Design by Anna Callahan
Website by Rhianon England