Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Marjorie Keiser

The oral history interview of Marjorie Keiser was conducted by Kay Keiser on December 7, 1976. Keiser shared her experiences teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Nebraska in the 1940s. Keiser detailed the requirements, duties, stresses, and rewards of being a rural teacher. She also postulated on the correlation between self-sufficiency among students who received an early education in a rural setting and higher success in future educational pursuits., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:30:00
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview of Marjorie Keiser was conducted by Kay Keiser on December 7, 1976. Keiser shared her experiences teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Nebraska in the 1940s. Keiser detailed the requirements, duties, stresses, and rewards of being a rural teacher. She also postulated on the correlation between self-sufficiency among students who received an early education in a rural setting and higher success in future educational pursuits.
Subject(s): Omaha (Neb.) -- History
Oral histories (document genres)
Audiocassettes
Date Created: 1976-12-07

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