Cache Community Connections
"Northern Utah Speaks: USU's Oral History Effort," is a PowerPoint presentation by Randy Williams (Fife Folklore Curator, USU Libraries' Special Collections Division) and Elisaida Méndez (Latino Voices Assistant Director) at the October 2007 Cache Community Connections meeting at Logan's Historic Tabernacle. The presentation gives an overview of USU's oral history efforts, especially the award winning Latino/a Voices Project.
As an outgrowth of the evening's endeavor, three local groups conducted oral history projects: Providence City, the Logan Presbyterian Church and the Cache Community Connection organization. And the Cache Community Connections and the Cache Valley Presbyterian Church have deposited their oral history projects at USU.
Williams, Randy and Méndez, Elisaida, "Northern Utah Speaks: USU's Oral History Effort" (2007). Library Faculty & Staff Presentations. Paper 39.
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