Journey Into the Past
  • Apr 26, 2018 7:00 pm
  • 56:47 mins

Stories about family history. Generations by Beth Horner (1:32) A song about the way families weave together over time. Learn more about Beth Horner by visiting: The Grecian Urn by Robin Schulte (4:21) Robin talks about a John Keats poem called “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” a poem about a Romantic painting by Constable that depicts frozen moments. At first he laments these “could-have-beens,” but ends rejoicing that these moments will never end. Robin relates that to the memories of her family, moments kept frozen by stories. Learn more about Robin Schulte by visiting: Amy Harris Interview (12:25) Amy shares her research of her familial structure in 18th and 19th century England, specifically about the family of Anne Travell. She talks about her hopes for her students of family history and marvels at the way that learning about our ancestors can change the way we see those around us. Learn more about BYU professor Amy Harris by visiting: Part of Me by Gary Voorhees (43:22) A song about the influence ancestors can have on you. You can find more of Gary's work on the album "The Saga of Sanpitch". Portraits by Priscilla Howe (47:48) Priscilla realizes that if all you know about your ancestors are how they look they might scare you instead of inspire you. Learn more about Priscilla Howe by visiting:

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