History is brought to life by the keepers of the stories and culture of North Idaho. Join the Museum of North Idaho and historian Sara Jane Ruggles, as we explore the people, the legends, the headlines, and the events that shaped Coeur d'Alene and beyond.
This podcast is a conversation between a local senior citizen, the amazing Mary Lou Reed, and a senior in high school, Miss Kennedy Krajack. We call this segment Seniors and Seniors. This intergenerational conversation demonstrates the humanity that binds us all, no matter what age. These amazing ladies discussed their different perspectives of how technology has influenced our world.
This podcast explores the history of Sergeant Eugene Settle from Moscow, Idaho and his unique experiences, including: growing up as one of the few African American children in North Idaho; his perspective of the 1918-1919 Flu Pandemic; his career in agriculture and working in management; and the legacy the Settle Family had on our region. The voice of Eugene Settle is read by David Casteal. The part of interviewer is read by host Sara Jane Ruggles, Public Historian. Special thanks to the University of Idaho’s Latah County Oral History Collection for transcripts, photos, and audio recordings.
February is African American History Month. Public Historian, Sara Jane Ruggles, sat down with Robert Singletary, In-Resident Historian for the Museum of North Idaho, to discuss how the Buffalo Soldiers tamed the West, particularly the 25th Infantry's role in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, and Montana.
January is National Mentorship Month. As part of our Living History Now segment, Public Historian, Sara Jane Ruggles, sat down with Ryan Arnold, Director of Regional Entrepreneurial Strategy for North Idaho College to discuss how the Venture Center is supporting innovative start ups in our community. Coeur d'Alene has the highest density of startups in Idaho and those entrepreneurs are making history- today.