Storytellers & Contributors

A People's History Of Bisbee

Storytellers & Contributors

Lynn Andersen

Fred Arreola

Adriana Zavala Badal

Gordon Berry

Betsy Breault

Ted Breault

Richard Byrd

Sandra Calhoun

Bill Carter

Greig Craft

Isaiah Creekwater

Chris Dietz

Carol Dodd

Dana Dorner

John Doty

Melva Dugie

Winston Elkins

Phillip Estrada

Jon Friedman

Crystal Galleher

Jesse Galleher

John Galleher

Marcia Galleher

Anna Garcia

Herb Gilbert

Joe Gilliland

Richard (Dick) Graeme

Michael Gregory

Patricia Hill

Sally Holcomb

Robert (Bob) Houston

Joyce Hunt

Ignacio (Nacho) Ibarra

Angelika Johnson

Les Johnson

Rae Jones

Millicent Kasun

Christine Kennedy

Raghida Khouri

Laurie Kintzele

Annie Graeme Larkin

Lefty Lazovich

Penelope Levario

Jewel Levy

Bruce Lindquist

Michael London

Ruth Madrid

Carmen Maestas

Barbara Mahon

Manny Martinez

Dan Meenach

Carmen Megeath

Alondra Mello

Cathy Murphy

Reva Myers

Boyd Nicholl

Alex O’Meara

Nick Pavlovich

 Judy Perry

Frank Peters

John Pintek

Sue Cook Ray

Pat Rhoads

Christine Rhodes

Jim Riley

August Schaefer

Bennie Scott

Richard (Dick) Shelton

Rafiki Shemanski

Ilona Smerekanich

Cathy Soriano

Bill Stoller

Noah Suby

Mary Beth Sutor

Betsy Thornton

Joy Timbers

Sonny Tovar

Emilie Vardaman

Thom Wacker

Paula Walker

Bob Watkins

Janet Watkins

Joan Werner

Ted White

Laverne Kennedy Williams

Margo Wollenberg

Peter Young

Ernie Zavala

Jack Ziegler

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talking stick

First Nations people of the Pacific Northwest created the talking stick as both a symbol of a leader's authority and as an instrument of democracy, passing around a carved staff in a group to ensure that each person holding the staff had their chance to be heard.

I see the microphone as a kind of talking stick, allowing  people to record their ideas & personal stories for others to hear.