1. Education in One Room: The History of the One-Room Schoolhouse in the United States


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    This vodcast chronicles the history of the one-room schoolhouse in the United States of America. It includes an interview with Mr. Avery Tucker, of Iowa in which he offers his experiences as a student…

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    • Sally and Tom (The American Way) at the Castillo Theatre 2012


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      This is the full-length production of Castillo's spring 2012 production of "Sally and Tom (The American Way)" directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander. Book and lyrics are by Fred Newman;…

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      • Jack London's "To Build a Fire": Is the man typically American?


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        Jack London, like the unnamed man described in the story “To Build a Fire,” lived on the edge. Born in 1876, he died a short forty years later. As a young man, he was a full-fledged participant…

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        • SS United States Conservancy National Flagship Celebration July 1, 2010


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          The SS United States Conservancy is pleased to present this 20 minute video of highlights from the National Flagship Celebration and Lenfest Donation Announcement. Apologies for the shaky camera…

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          • Radical Silence: The Story of WGTB-FM


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            WGTB, Georgetown Broadcasting, was founded in 1946 by Georgetown University Jesuits to air the Latin Mass to shut-ins and anti-Communist theatrical plays. By the 1970s, it had become one of the most…

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            • Lexington and Concord


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              Lexington and Concord, the sites of the first shots and first battle of the Revolutionary War in April 1775. Lexington Green, where controversy surrounds the “shot heard round the world.”…

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              • Historical and Theological Foundations of Law


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                The Law! What is it, and where does it get its authority? Because someone with a crown and scepter has commanded it? Because a council has adopted it? Because a judge has upheld it? Or is law “law”…

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                • ADITL-Old Sturbridge Village


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                  Our crew headed out past Worcester to Old Sturbridge Village to see what a day in the life is like for the people that work there, along with what life was like back the early 1800's.

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                  • American History... Why?


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                    • An Overview of the Trail Guide to Learning Series


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                      Did you ever want to break free of traditional teaching approaches but worry that you wouldn't do it right? Help is here. More than a curriculum, the Trail Guide to Learning series teaches you…

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