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    Detroit's Paradise Valley

    Paradise Valley was the business and entertainment district in Detroit for African Americans from the…

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    Escaped Slaves in Detroit

    The first race riots in Detroit happened in 1833. Those riots were sparked by the imprisonment of…

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    Detroit Music from Jazz to Hip Hop

    Known as the birthplace of Motown, Detroit’s music history goes further back than the soul sounds of…

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    Detroit's Birwood Wall

    In 1941, a developer built the Birwood Wall in northwest Detroit that was meant to separate white and…

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    Wallace Turnage: Escape from Slavery

    Eric Finley talked about a slave named Wallace Turnage who escaped slavery and whose story was told in…

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    1966 Civil Rights Movement in Mobile, AL

    Eric Finley talked about the Civil Rights movement in Mobile, AL, including voting rights and community…

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    Josephine Allen Private Institute, Mobile, AL

    Eric Finley talked about the origin of the school after the Emancipation Proclamation was enacted and…

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    Hidden Figures of Mobile, Alabama

    Dora Franklin Finley African-American Heritage Trail Tour Guide Eric Finley discusses some of Mobile,…

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    The Indian Removal Act of 1830

    This lesson explores the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and how it affected different Native American…

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    Indian Removal and the Muscogee Tribe

    Muscogee (Creek) Nation curator John Beaver discussed the Trail of Tears and the removal of the Muscogee…

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    The Dawes Act and Indian Land Ownership

    Muscogee (Creek) Nation curator John Beaver discussed the 1887 Dawes Act which changed how Indians in…

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    The French Settlement of Mobile, Alabama

    Mobile, AL tour guide Eric Finley explained the founding of Mobile by the French in 1702.

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    Legacy of Voyaging on Board the Hokulea Canoe

    Ka’iulani Murphy, apprentice navigator with the Polynesian Voyaging Society, shared the legacy of…

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    Eddie Would Go

    Author Stuart Coleman shared the life of legendary native Hawaiian surfer Eddie Aikau and his impact on…

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    Mormon Pioneers in Missouri

    Church of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Elder George Peterson explained the migration of Mormons to…

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    Industrialization and Lowell Mill Girls

    Queens College History professor Joshua Freeman talked about the history of factories. He discussed…

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    History of the Brazos Valley

    Deborah Cowman, Director of the Brazos Valley Museum in Bryan, Texas, walked through the museum’s…

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    William Penn and the Quakers

    Lynne Calamia gave a tour of the Arch Street Friends Meeting House in Philadelphia. She explained a…

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    COVID-19 and the U.S. Prison System

    The Brennan Center’s Lauren-Brooke Eisen discussed the increase in coronavirus cases in the U.S.…

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    The Settlement of Detroit and New France

    Bill Pringle, curatorial assistant at the Detroit Historical Museum toured the museum and explained the…

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    The Lives of Slaves in Colonial America

    This lesson uses a video clip from Colonial Williamsburg to illustrate the culture and lives of enslaved…

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    The Spanish Settlement of Los Angeles

    Ken Luftig Viste, curator at the La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a Mexican-American cultural center in…

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    The Spanish Settlement in Tucson, Arizona

    Jonathan Mabry, Historic Preservation Officer in Tucson, AZ and Rick Collins, Vice President of the…

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    The Spanish Empire in Western Florida

    Rob Blount, executive director of Mission San Luis in Tallahassee, Florida, talked about the Spanish…

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    San Antonio Military Aviation History

    Once known as the "Showplace of the Air Force", Randolph Air Force Base is located in the northeast…

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    Southwest Voter Registration Education Project

    Founded by Willie Velasquez in 1974, the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project was created to…

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    Settlement of San Antonio, Texas

    Historian Lewis Fisher talked about the settlement of San Antonio by the Spanish and how its influence…

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    Spanish Governor's Palace San Antonio, Texas

    The Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio is the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio…

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    San Antonio Spanish Missions

    National Park Service Park Ranger Anna Martinez-Amos gave a tour of the San Antonio Missions National…

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    San Antonio River Walk

    The San Antonio River Walk is a major attraction for the city. Historian Lewis Fisher talked about how…

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    Zoot Suit Riots

    Ken Luftig Viste, the curator at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a Mexican-American cultural center in…

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    The Origins of the Seminole Nation

    In the capital city of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Wewoka, Assistant Chief Lewis Johnson talked…

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    Indigenous People of the Great Plains

    Bill Mercer, associate director of curatorial affairs at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, gave a…

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    Georgia O'Keeffe's Wartime Texas Letters

    In 1912, at age 24, artist Georgia O’Keeffe left the east coast and headed west to the Texas…

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    History of the University of North Carolina

    University of North Carolina Chapel Hill archivist Nicholas Graham discussed the university’s founding…

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    Carolina Basketball Museum

    The Carolina Basketball Museum chronicles the history of UNC basketball. Steve Kirshner, director of…

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    North Carolina Collection Gallery: African American Contributions

    Located in the North Carolina Collection Gallery, the “Enriching Voices” exhibit celebrated the…

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    Chapel Hill, NC Civil Rights History

    Yvonne Cleveland, Director of the Marian Cheek Jackson Center, discussed Chapel Hill's Civil Rights…

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    What is a Tar Heel?

    University of North Carolina Chapel Hill archivist Nicholas Graham explained the story behind the naming…

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    Indiana State History Museum

    Indiana considers itself the “Crossroads of America,” because of its central location. Indiana State…

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    Madame C.J. Walker

    Once the wealthiest African American businesswoman in America, Madame C.J. Walker was an Indianapolis…

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    James Whitcomb Riley Home

    Known as the Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb Riley is recognized for his poem “Little Orphan Annie.”…

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    Origins of the Indianapolis 500

    The Indianapolis 500 is known as "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing". Eric Powell, Indianapolis Motor…

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    Indiana State Capitol Tour

    Indiana’s Statehouse in Indianapolis opened in 1888. It was the state’s fifth capitol building. Tour…

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    Mascots in Sports

    Author Jennifer Guiliano examines the use of native mascotry in sports and the effects it has on the…

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    Andrew Carnegie: Pittsburgh - City of Steel

    Author Ken Kobus talked about how Andrew Carnegie’s innovations helped transform Pittsburgh into the…

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    West Virginia Statehood and Economy

    West Virginia became a state in 1863. West Virginia State Museum Director Charles Morris discusses how…

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    Salt Industry in West Virginia

    JQ Dickinson Salt-Works' co-owner Nancy Bruns discussed the Charleston-area’s history as the "salt…

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    West Virginia Chemical Spill

    In 2014, gallons of a coal cleaning chemical leaked into the Elk River in West Virginia. Author Angie…

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    West Virginia Folklore

    The West Virginia Humanities Council’s state folklorist Emily Hilliard discussed the ways the West…

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    West Virginia State Capitol

    West Virginia’s capital moved back and forth from Wheeling to Charleston several times before…

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    Booker T Washington

    Author Larry Rowe recounts Washington’s life in West Virginia and how this experience shaped him as a…

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    J.C. Penney

    JCPenney department stores started out as a small town Main Street store in rural communities and became…

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    Establishment of Laramie, Wyoming

    Edward and Jane Ivinson arrived in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1868 and are considered some of the city’s…

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    Wyoming Women's Suffrage

    Wyoming’s territorial assembly passed the Women’s Suffrage Act on December 10, 1869, which opened…

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    Evolution of Glass Art

    Diane Wright, the Museum’s curator of glass and decorative Arts, highlighted some of the historic…

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    Edward Libbey and the Glass City

    Toledo, Ohio, is known as the glass capital of the world. Julie McMaster, archivist at the Toledo Museum…

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    Auto-Lite Labor Strike of 1934

    Author and Historian Lou Hebert told the story of the Auto-Lite strike that occurred in Toledo, Ohio in…

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    Native Americans and the Battle of Fallen Timbers

    The Battle of Fallen Timbers was the final battle of the Indian War in the Northwest. Shannon Hughes,…

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    General Anthony Wayne and the Battle of Fallen Timbers

    Author Mary Stockwell told the story of General “Mad” Anthony Wayne's experiences during the…

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    Toledo War

    In the early 19th century both Ohio and the territory of Michigan fought over the right to claim Toledo.…

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    Fort Meigs

    Fort Meigs is the largest wooden, walled Fort in North America. Interim Director Ashley Phlipot…

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    Legacy of Tecumseh

    Author Frank Kuron explored the myths surrounding the death of the Shawnee leader and his legacy in Ohio.

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    The Great Depression: Banking Crash in Toledo, Ohio

    During the summer of 1931, Toledo experienced the worst banking crash of the Great Depression. Timothy…

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    Newsboys in Ohio

    Historian Tedd Long talks about John Elstner Gunckel, a Toledo businessman who helped support and…

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    Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Julius Pegues talked about Tulsa, Oklahoma’s, historic Greenwood district and how Tulsa’s African…

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    Whiskey Rebellion

    The Whiskey Rebellion in 1794 marked the first major uprising against the newly created federal…

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    Native Americans and the Colonization of New York

    Author Evan Pritchard talked about the history of native people in New York and their relationships with…

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    Stratobowl Balloon Flight

    Reaching a height of over 72,000 feet, the Stratobowl balloon brought back the first images showing the…

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    Mount Rushmore National Memorial

    Settled deep in the Black Hills of western South Dakota, Mount Rushmore teaches visitors about the…

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    Crazy Horse Memorial

    Started in 1948, the Crazy Horse Monument in the Black Hills of South Dakota honors the Oglala Lakota…

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    Rapid City, South Dakota Flood of 1972

    Regarded as the worst recorded flood in South Dakota’s history, the 1972 flood would alter the look of…

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    The Michigan State Capitol

    Matthew VanAcker, director of the Michigan Capitol Tour Service, gave a tour of the House and Senate…

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    Michigan State History

    The Michigan History Center tells the story of the state’s growth from its indigenous peoples to the…

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    History of Polo in Sheridan, Wyoming

    In 1893, the first polo match took place in Sheridan, Wyoming. Sam Morton talked about how this…

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    Sheridan Wyoming Rodeo

    Since 1932 the Sheridan WYO Rodeo has been providing entertainment through bull riding, calf roping, and…

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    Coal Mining in Wyoming

    Coal mining played a major role in the development of Sheridan, Wyoming, and the surrounding area.…

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    Red Cloud's War and Fort Phil Kearny, Wyoming

    One of three forts built along the Bozeman Trail by the U.S. Army to protect travelers from attacks by…

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    Paleontology in Montana

    The Museum of the Rockies, a Smithsonian Affiliate, features many paleontological discoveries made in…

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    Yellowstone National Park

    Lee Whittlesey, Yellowstone National Park historian and author, talks about the history of Yellowstone…

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    The Impact of the Railroad and Telegraph on Montana

    Author Dale Martin examined the impact of the railroad on the development of Montana and the West.

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    Nelson Story

    John Russell, author of Treasure State Tycoon: Nelson Story and the Making of Montana, shared,the story…

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    John Bozeman

    Pioneer John Bozeman is best known for blazing a trail through the Wyoming Territory and into the gold…

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    Anne Spencer and The Harlem Renaissance

    Curator Karen Sherry gave a tour of the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond and discussed…

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    The Raid on Harpers Ferry

    Karen Sherry, curator at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond explained the events…

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    Madison Washington and the Slave Revolt on the Creole

    Virginia Museum of History and Culture's curator Karen Sherry explained the events and significance of…

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    Tobacco and Slavery in Colonial Virginia

    Karen Sherry, curator at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond’s exhibit on 400 years…

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    The First Africans Brought to Virginia

    At the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond’s exhibit on 400 years of African American…

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    The Lumber Industry in Traverse City, Michigan

    Local historian Steve Harold explained the early settlement of Traverse City, Michigan (MI) and the…

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    History of the Texas State Capitol

    Curator of the Capitol Ali James gave a tour of the Texas Capitol and some of its artwork. She talked…

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    History of Union Station in Washington, DC

    Union Station Redevelopment Corporation president and CEO Beverley Swaim-Staley gave a tour of the…

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    The Impact of Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades

    This bellringer focuses on the importance of Florida's (FL) largest port and its impact on the local…

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    Iron Production in Alabama

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    The Early Life of Betty Friedan in Peoria, IL

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    The Political Status of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

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    1965 Aviation Disaster in Wichita, Kansas

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    Revolutionary War: Military Strategy during the Battle at Guilford Courthouse

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    Early Settlement of New Hampshire

    Elizabeth Dubrulle highlighted items in the New Hampshire Historical Society’s collections that tell…

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    Pictograph Cave in Montana

    This bellringer visits Pictograph Cave State Park, outside of Billings, MT, to learn about the history…

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    The History of South Dakota's State Capital

    Tony Venhuizen gave a tour of South Dakota’s State Capitol in Pierre and shared the story of the…

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