DiscoverFolks: A Montana Podcast
25th Infantry Bicycle Corps With Adam Miller
In this episode I sit down with my good friend Adam Miller to talk about the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps, a group of men who bicycled from Fort Missoula in Montana to St. Louis, Missouri, as an experiment to see if bicycles could possibly replace horses in the military. Adam, my guest, is going on a gigantic motorcycle tour himself.
Mary MacLane with Sydney Faul
Syd Faul and I sit down to talk about Mary MacLane, a once-famous early modernist writer who shocked the world with her memoir originally titled "The Story of Mary MacLane: By Herself" but now known as "I Await the Devil's Coming."
Mary Wells with Ellen Smith
Ellen and I sit down to discuss Mary Wells, the father of Jim and Mary Wells, who was born during the period of Montana's history when Native children were being assimilated into white culture through Catholic missions.
Missoula artist Halisia Hubbard opens up about her audio piece, "My Neighbor, My Sister," about sexual assault survivors and their reactions to the election of Donald Trump. Her original sound piece can be found at www.soundcloud.com/halisia
Mary Fields, a woman born into slavery, ended up in Cascade, Montana, where she became the first African American to run a mail route, and only the second woman.
Tess Fahlgren and Emily Johnson talk about Evelyn Cameron, a Montana pioneer photographer and all-around impressive lady. Music by Dorothy.
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