Joe Hannibal interview, 28 August 2012

Joe Hannibal traces his role at CNHM and his field experience in the region to cultural geology. He explains how research techniques can reveal facts about life and environment in prehistoric time and more recent. He also tells the story of the region's prevalent stone formations present in our Metropark locations.

Participants: Hannibal, Joe (interviewee) / Lanese, James (interviewer) / Valore, Ken (interviewer)
Collection: Cleveland Metroparks
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Cleveland Metroparks

Interviews with Cleveland Metroparks staff and partners collected in 2012 and 2013. Interviews cover a variety of topics relating to parks operations, biological and environmental sciences, anthropology, and natural history.