Meg Green was a UNO student circa 1977-1979.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Doris Tucker, Interview Date: 1978 October 1, Date Digitized: 2/13/2017
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Doris Tucker about life in Florence and Omaha, Nebraska in the 1920s-1930s was conducted by UNO student Meg Green on October 1, 1978. Tucker shared information about the development of Omaha and her personal experiences growing up during the Great Depression in Nebraska.
Dates: Interview Date: 1978 October 1; Date Digitized: 2/13/2017
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Stanley Dygas, Interview Date: 1978 November 22, Date Digitized: 1/27/2017
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Stanley Dygas. This interview was conducted by a UNO student, Meg Green, in 1977. Dygas was born in 1916, the son of immigrant parents from Eastern Europe. During the Great Depression he worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Dygas discussed school, work and unions, farm life, friends, gangs, fights, the CCC, World War II, and social activities in his oral history interview.
Dates: Interview Date: 1978 November 22; Date Digitized: 1/27/2017
Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Steve Kemper, Interview Date: 1979 March 15, Date Digitized: 2/9/2017
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Steve Kemper, a superintendent of Fort Atkinson State Historical Park in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska was was conducted by Meg Green on March 15, 1979. In the interview Kemper talked about the Fort Atkinson Reconstruction project, a history of Fort Atkinson, and the frontier lifestyle of its earliest European American inhabitants. Kemper shared the details of the reconstruction project and its impact on the community of Fort Calhoun.
Dates: Interview Date: 1979 March 15; Date Digitized: 2/9/2017