A dining room table serves up tales of love, lima beans and the passing of generations.
More incentive to interview your relatives.
You don't have to go to great length to capture far-flung relatives memories: Just call on these five ways to conduct oral history interviews across the miles.
Ready to channel your inner Diane Sawyer or Larry King? Interview your relatives to capture family history details and stories.
Talking to relatives will help you get the stories behind the names and dates on your tree. Here's a simple guide to planning a great interview.
These Web sites and books will help you make the most of your oral history interviews.
How do you find people to interview about your family? And when you've got them on the line, what's the best way to breach sensitive subjects? We'll tell you how.
Add these kin and acquaintances to your interview list, and you may discover surprising facts and anecdotes about your ancestors.
Use these questions as a springboard for planning your oral history interviews.