For History/A&E: Creative Director: Tom Kaniewski Production Company: LAIR Director: Thor Raxlen Executive Producer: Theresa Loguercio DP: Jac Cheairs 2nd Camera: Ryan Powell Editorial & VFX: LAIR Editor: Jason Yantz Lead Compositor: Marco Giampaolo Compositor: Dorian West 3D: Caius Wong Music & Audio Branding Company: Expansion Team (now www.eyeballnyc.com) Music Creative Director: Alex Moulton Sound Design: Jesse Peterson Executive Producer: Martia Guinn Producers: Jean Kouremetis, Jenny Karakaya+ More details
Civil War Documentary Directed by Michael Gray What was the Civil War Really About? The story of the 1st Minnesota at Gettysburg.+ More details
Curator Jennifer A. Watts discusses her exhibition “A Strange and Fearful Interest: Death, Mourning, and Memory in the American Civil War.” For related videos and additional content, check out "Voices on the Civil War" on Verso at http://huntingtonblogs.org/2012/10/video-voices-on-the-civil-war.+ More details
Curator Olga Tsapina speaks about her exhibition “A Just Cause: Voices of the American Civil War.” For related videos and additional content, check out "Voices on the Civil War" on Verso at http://huntingtonblogs.org/2012/10/video-voices-on-the-civil-war.+ More details
Manuscripts curator Olga Tsapina sits down with curator of photographs Jennifer A. Watts to discuss the question at the heart of Tsapina’s exhibition “A Just Cause: Voices of the American Civil War.” For related videos and additional content, check out "Voices on the Civil War" on Verso at http://huntingtonblogs.org/2012/10/video-voices-on-the-civil-war.+ More details
Curators Jennifer A. Watts and Olga Tsapina talk about death photography and public perception of the Civil War. For related videos and additional content, check out "Voices on the Civil War" on Verso at http://huntingtonblogs.org/2012/10/video-voices-on-the-civil-war.+ More details
In February 2011 a group of teachers, accompanied by Dr. John Stauffer of Harvard University, flew from Boston to Memphis, TN and from there traveled by bus through the South visiting sites of historic importance to the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement, seeking a better understanding of each period and of the relationship between them. This video was filmed at a conference held in May, 2011 at Burlington High School in Massachusetts. You'll see what looks like a science fair, but is actually a "lesson fair" where the participants shared lessons they created and taught after the trip. Each traveler also created a digital story responding to the prompt, "How has this trip shaped my understanding of my role as an educator?" These were shown at the conference and three teachers joined Dr. Stauffer for a panel discussion. Phil Gay of Tufts University, who is a partner and advisory board member of Making Freedom, interviewed the teachers during the conference, and created this video to document the impact of the study tour.+ More details
This is a short video of the Civil War encampment, ladies' tea, battle reinactment, and Lincoln's speech at Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village near Waynesville,Ohio. This took place Sept. 28-30, 2012. For future events check out www.caesarscreekpioneervillage.org. Recorded with a Panasonic AG-HMC40 videocamera and edited using Avid Studio.+ More details
West Virginia University historian Aaron Sheehan-Dean offered these thoughts on the Library of America's series, "The Civil War," in a video produced by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History for a webinar on the Civil War 150 traveling exhibition. The exhibition is co-sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute, the Library of America, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information: www.gilderlehrman.org/civilwar150 www.loa.org www.neh.gov+ More details
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