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  • West Virginia Folklore
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    West Virginia Folklore

    The West Virginia Humanities Council’s state folklorist Emily Hilliard discussed the ways the West Virginia Folklife Program is documenting traditional Appalachian culture in the Mountain State, and who gets…

  • Origins of the Indianapolis 500
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    Origins of the Indianapolis 500

    The Indianapolis 500 is known as "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing". Eric Powell, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum director of communications, explained the origins of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and…

  • Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch
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    Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch

    Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch (R) discussed the state’s history, economy, and what Indiana voters want to hear from candidates in Campaign 2020. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made…

  • NPRs Mountain Stage
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    NPR's Mountain Stage

    Heard every week on more than 240 NPR radio stations, “Mountain Stage” has become a nation-wide ambassador for Appalachian music. Longtime host Larry Groce talked about the show’s founding and the ways in which…

  • Indiana State Capitol
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    Indiana State Capitol

    Indiana’s Statehouse in Indianapolis opened in 1888. It was the state’s fifth capitol building. Tour Guide Jim Johnson toured the Capitol and talked about why Indianapolis was selected as the location for…

  • Benjamin Harrison House
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    Benjamin Harrison House

    Benjamin Harrison, who lived his adult life in Indianapolis, was the 23rd President of the United States. Charles Hyde, President and CEO of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, talked about Harrison’s life of…

  • emIndian Spectacleem
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    Indian Spectacle

    In her book, Indian Spectacle, Jennifer Guiliano examines the use of native mascotry in sports and the effects it has on the communities it is supposed to represent. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

  • emTalking Politicsem
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    Talking Politics?

    In her book, Talking Politics?, Sheila Suess Kennedy explains why politics is seen as a dangerous topic of discussion and the steps that Americans can take to ensure a productive conversation. C-SPAN’s…

  • Base Camp Printing Co
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    Base Camp Printing Co.

    Base Camp Printing Co. is a design and letterpress studio that uses handmade techniques and vintage printing presses. Co-owner Emily Sokolosky walked through the printing process, and also explained how the shop…

  • emThe Great Halifax Explosionem
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    The Great Halifax Explosion

    In December 1917, a cargo ship carrying explosives detonated near the port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia. In his book, The Great Halifax Explosion, John U. Bacon chronicles the events leading up to the…

  • emThe Political World of Bob Dylanem
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    The Political World of Bob Dylan

    In his book, The Political World of Bob Dylan, Chad Israelson addressed some of the misconceptions about Bob Dylan’s political views and how the singer has dealt with them over the years. C-SPAN’s…

  • Appalachian Food History and Culture
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    Appalachian Food History and Culture

    From a snack for coal miners to foraged vegetables, The West Virginia Pepperoni Roll author Candace Nelson explained how Appalachian food embodies the history and culinary culture of West Virginia.…

  • Senator Joe Manchin on West Virginias Economy
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    Senator Joe Manchin on West Virginia's Economy

    Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) discussed West Virginia’s economy, partisanship in the Senate, and his decision to continue working as a senator in lieu of running for governor of West Virginia. C-SPAN’s…

  • RE Olds and Lansings Automobile Industry
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    R.E. Olds and Lansing's Automobile Industry

    Ransom E. Olds is credited for the growth of the automobile industry in Lansing, Michigan, which at one time was the home for Olds Motor Works and REO Motor Car Company. R.E. Olds Transportation Museum…

  • Tour of Lansing Michigan
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    Tour of Lansing, Michigan

    Lori Lanspeary of the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau gave a tour of the city, highlighting the downtown and university neighborhoods. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop…

  • Streets of Old Milwaukee
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    Streets of Old Milwaukee

    Albert Muchka, curator of American History Collections at the Milwaukee Public Museum, toured the “Streets of Old Milwaukee” exhibit to explore the impact this immigration had on the growth of Milwaukee.…

  • Milwaukee Pop Culture
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    Milwaukee Pop Culture

    Tim McCormick gave a Harley-Davidson motorcycle tour of depictions of Milwaukee in pop culture, including the bronze Fonz statue and Lakefront Brewery. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a…

  • Tour of Rochester Minnesota
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    Tour of Rochester, Minnesota

    Dan Butterfass gave a trolley tour of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, and the Mayo Clinic campus. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2019 LCV Cities Tour” in…

  • emIf You Leave This Farmem
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    If You Leave This Farm

    Amanda Farmer was raised in a Mennonite household on a farm in Minnesota. In her book, If You Leave This Farm, she recounted her desire to leave home to become a nurse including the reaction of her family to…

  • Harry Trumans Presidential Library
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    Harry Truman's Presidential Library

    Harry Truman became president in April 1945 after the death of Franklin Roosevelt. Curator Clay Bauske toured the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum and explained Truman’s role in bringing the…

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