1. The Folklorist: The Tornado that Saved Washington D.C.


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    During America's second war with Great Britain, Washington D.C. was set ablaze, but a lucky intervention would turn the tide to save the capitol. For questions and inquires about the program,…

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    • Blockson Museum Lecture: 70 Years of Collecting the African Diaspora


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      Temple University's Blockson Museum celebrates the seventieth year of founder Charles Blockson's efforts to preserve African American history by hosting a special event, inviting community…

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      • Two Rivers


        from Rodney Mitchell Added 43 0 0

        The story of a "first if it's kind" native American reconciliation group in the American Northwest. Broadcast nationally on PBS for three years, won several documentary awards, featured…

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        • Historical Steam Engine UP 844 Shiloh Limited rolls through Omaha March 25, 2012


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          Steam Locomotive No. 844 (Union Pacific 844 Shiloh Limited) rolls by my house, in Bellevue, Nebraska, the morning of March 25, 2012. It is on its way to North Little Rock, Arkansas, to arrive there…

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          • The William Bradford Story


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            Do you and your family know the the true story of William Bradford, Governor and historian of the Pilgrims? If not, this Thanksgiving would be a great time to discover him! In this six-minute video,…

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            • Dan Wood, tour guide


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              After the Federal Government Shutdown sent thousands of employees home without pay, Dan realised a career with the US National Park Service may not offer the job security he's looking for. So…

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              • Women Disguised as Civil War Soldiers


                from D.J. Smith (CiV Digital) Added 139 0 0

                Learn more about Emma Edmonds, Frances Clayton, and other daring women disguised as soldiers in the Civil War.

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                • Karen Whiting: Faith and Courage on the Home Front


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                  Karen Whiting talks with guest host Sheryl Giesbrecht about the struggles of military families who are left at home when a spouse or parent is deployed. Her new book, Stories of Faith and Courage…

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                  • Hands Across Time


                    from Amelia Herring Added 59 0 0

                    Created by Todd Goodwin to help his students remember the biggest moments in American history, Hands Across Time has become a beloved tradition for 8th graders at Applewild School in Massachusetts.…

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