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0:19 - Introduction

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Partial Transcript: "Uh, Mr. Henson thanks for joining us today. Hey, before we get started can you tell us a little bit about yourself, in terms of your date of birth, your occupation, and your association with this beautiful area?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses their fathers work, when they were born, where they were raised, and the fact that they are an Eastern Kentucky University graduate.

Keywords: Born; Forest Serves

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2:13 - First Memories

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Partial Transcript: "Just uh, your first memories of horses?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses working at a stable as a child and riding Sam Tuttles horses. The interviewee then reflects on their time spent at Natural Bridge State Park and discussed how his grandfather worked with animals.

Keywords: Horses; Logging; Mules; Natural Bridge State Park; Sam Tuttle

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5:19 - Sam Tuttle

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Partial Transcript: "Share a little bit, uh, in terms of your memories of Sam Tuttle?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses his experiences and memories with Sam Tuttle. The interviewee then discusses that Sam encouraged people to ride, and, details Mr. Tuttle's characteristics.

Keywords: Gentle Man; Tobe

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7:18 - Tobe

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Partial Transcript: "Uh, little bit more about Tobe?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses Tobe and his experiences with the stallion, while also discussing the Rocky Mountain Horse in general.

Keywords: Fast; Gait

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9:46 - Horses

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Partial Transcript: "Any other horses from that concession that were uh, your time on the concession, any special memories?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses a special pinto horse, riding any horse present on trail rides, Tobe, and riding bareback.

Keywords: Bareback; Tobe; Trail Rides

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12:40 - Horseman

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Partial Transcript: "You would say without a doubt he was a good horseman? Probably."

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses how Sam Tuttle kept and cared for his horses and where Mr. Tuttle had stabled a few horses.

Keywords: Horses; New Horses; Stabled

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14:26 - Appalachia

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Partial Transcript: "And so uh, when and how did you realize you were part of Appalachia, or did you consider yourself part of Appalachia or Eastern Kentuckian?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses his connection to Appalachia and what he likes about the hills and terrain of the area.

Keywords: Hills; Terrain

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16:14 - Connection

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Partial Transcript: "Can you talk a little bit about that connection to the land and the mountains and what it means to you and who you are?

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discusses when he grew up, his parents, and the surrounding people. The interviewee describes how it felt and what it was like to grow up in Appalachia.

Keywords: Home; The People

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18:46 - Significance

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Partial Transcript: "And just uh, can you remember some of the moments, uh, when you realized how important these Mountain Horses were to the community and to your family and the history of the region?"

Segment Synopsis: Henson discusses not really noticing the importance of the Rocky Mountain Horse until reading a magazine article about Tobe.

Keywords: Article; Magazine; Tobe

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20:29 - Change

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Partial Transcript: "Well, I guess in terms of, in what ways has the Mountain Horse culture changed in your life?"

Segment Synopsis: The interviewee discuss getting to ride Tobe and how the horse is considered a breed now.

Keywords: Amazing; Breed; Tobe

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