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    Lucy Craft Laney Museum

    Executive Director Christine Miller-Betts gave a tour of the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History and told the story of Mrs. Laney’s life and legacy. Lucy Craft Laney…

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    "Augusta, 1864" Exhibit and Civil War in Augusta

    Nancy Glaser talked about the role played by Augusta, Georgia, during the Civil War. Ms. Glaser, executive director of the Augusta Museum of History, spoke about the…

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    George Walton and Meadow Garden

    Director John McBrayer gave a tour of Meadow Garden, the Augusta, Georgia, home of George Walton, one of the youngest signers of the Declaration of Independence.  C-SPAN’s Local…

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    Augusta Canal and Old Confederate Powder Works

    Julie Boone talked about the history of the Augusta Canal and explained why it was chartered in 1845. Rebecca Rogers talked about the Old Confederate Powder Works, which was built during…

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    James Brown in Augusta, Georgia

    Deanna Brown Thomas talked about the life of her father, singer James Brown, his role in the Civil Rights Movement, and his impact on the city of Augusta, Georgia. Ms. Thomas…

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    Woodrow Wilson's Boyhood Home

    Erick Montgomery gave a tour of the Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home in Augusta, Georgia. President Wilson grew up in Augusta as the son of a Presbyterian preacher. C-SPAN’s…

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    President Johnson Medicare Phone Calls

    This is a C-SPAN radio produced program of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1965 White House recordings on Medicare. Audio with still photos.

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    New Books Being Published

    A list of new books being released July 28, 2015.

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    Books by Presidential Candidates

    A list of books written by announced and potential 2016 presidential candidates.

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    Hanging of Cuban Flag in State Department Lobby

    After diplomatic relations were officially restored at midnight, at 4 A.M. the Cuban flag was added, without ceremony, to the ranks of the flags in the State Department lobby of the nations…

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    Hunt-Morgan House

    Jason Sloan gave a tour of the Hunt-Morgan House in Lexington, Kentucky, and talked about the lives of John Wesley Hunt, John Hunt Morgan, and Thomas Hunt Morgan. John Wesley Hunt, who…

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    Lexington Cemetery

    Kent Masterson Brown gave a tour of the Lexington, Kentucky, cemetery and spoke about some of the national figures who are buried there. Mr. Brown showed the Todd family burial…

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    Not for Conquest

    This July 1965 U.S. army report from Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara outlines defense spending, activities around the world, and troop increases in South Vietnam.

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    A New Spirit for '76

    This film produced by the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission looks at preparations for the U.S. Bicentennial celebrations in 1976.

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    Benjamin Latrobe's Pope Villa

    Tom Moore gave a tour of Pope Villa, one of only three remaining domestic designs by Benjamin Latrobe, architect of the White House and U.S. Capitol. Benjamin Latrobe designed the home…

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    Iran: Between Two Worlds

    This 1954 Encyclopaedia Britannica Classroom film tells the history of Iran and Persian culture.

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    Books by Presidential Candidates

    A list of books written by announced and potential 2016 presidential candidates.

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    King Library Press

    Printing Press Director Paul Holbrook talked about the the history of the King Library Press and showed its operations, including typesetting, printing, and binding. The press is…

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    Henry Clay's Estate

    Curator Eric Brooks gave a tour of Ashland, Henry Clay’s estate in Lexington, Kentucky. The house contains many objects that once belonged to Henry Clay. Henry Clay…

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    Mary Todd Lincoln House

    Executive Director Gwen Thompson gave a tour of the house in which first lady Mary Todd Lincoln was raised. Born in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1818, Mary Todd Lincoln was the fourth of…

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