1. "Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap" by George Caleb Bingham


    from Bryan Shepard Added 433 4 0

    "Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap" by George Caleb Bingham This visual project combines digital images of Bingham paintings with original string music composed…

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    • Dr. Frank Nickell


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      Dr. Frank Nickell is an Associate Professor at Southeast Missouri University and gave this lecture on the history of Malden from 1978 to 2003 while in the Malden Museum. This lecture was promoted…

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      • emotion studios | Where Sliced Bread Came From


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        In 2007, Christian Schneider and I went to Chillicothe, Missouri and interviewed several people who had been witness to the introduction of sliced bread by the inventor Otto Rowedder. This was a…

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        • History of the Irish in St. Louis, Kerry Patch, Mullanphy


          from Mike O'Laughlin Added

          After finishing up the Kansas City Video, several folks asked where the one for St. Louis was, so - here it is. I found a lot of the information while writing 'Missouri Irish' which included…

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          • Trailer for "August Light: Wilson's Creek and the Battle for Missouri"


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            Shot in High-Definition with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, this film depicts the Battle of Wilson’s Creek, the second major battle of the Civil War, and the first west of the Mississippi…

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            • "Watching the Cargo" by George Caleb Bingham


              from Bryan Shepard Added 130 2 0

              Bingham submitted his genre painting "Watching the Cargo" to the American Art-Union in New York City for sale on August 1, 1849. It was exhibited there and purchased by the Union, which…

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