Each week, American History TV takes viewers into college classrooms across the country to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11. Tonight, watch four lectures on Colonial history.
University of Missouri history professor John Bullion discusses Britain's efforts to recoup debt incurred in the Seven Years' War by taxing the American colonies through the Stamp Act of 1765 (8pm ET).
University of Maryland history professor Richard Bell looks at the British occupation of Colonial Boston and efforts to reassert Britain's control over the increasingly disloyal colony (9pm ET).
Mercer University history professor John Thomas Scott discusses the American colonial resistance movement that evolved into the American Revolution (9:45am ET).
Professor Ann Little discusses colonial era clothing, with a focus on stays worn by women and young children of both sexes (11pm ET).