I'd also add that it's worth watching the overview videos that describe
the project as a whole and the scope of just how many crossing points
were closed over the years:
Fascinating stuff indeed.
These match very closely with the family lore that's been passed down to
John in NC
On 2015/04/28 04:03 , Dave H via wrote:
I suppose having lived here through those times we just take it for
granted so I can understand what you mean and indeed interviews etc are
few and far between, will listen to a few after your expert advice!!
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It was also the content of the interviews which I found interesting.
This is the kind of history which explains a great deal, but can rarely be
found in the voice of the people who lived through it; to hear their
experiences in their own voices was amazing.
Most importantly, they directly relate to our various family trees and
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