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  • emAncient Placesem
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    Ancient Places

    Jack Nisbet, author of Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest, talked about how the connection of people and nature have evolved in the Pacific Northwest. C-SPAN’s Local Content…

  • emRails To Paradiseem
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    Rails To Paradise

    Russell Holter talked about his book Rails to Paradise: the History of the Tacoma Eastern Railroad 1890 -1919, in which he traces the history of the Tacoma Eastern Railroad and its impact on the Puget Sound…

  • emTrying Homeem
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    Trying Home

    Justin Wadland talked about his book Trying Home: The Rise and Fall of an Anarchist Utopia on Puget Sound, in which he tells the story of Home, Washington, through the stories of the people who lived there.…

  • Oregon Politics and Government
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    Oregon Politics and Government

    Richard Clucas talked about his book, Oregon Politics and Government: Progressive Versus Conservative Populists, on the complexities of Oregon’s politics and government. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

  • Oregon Hiking and Trails
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    Oregon Hiking and Trails

    William Sullivan, author of twenty-one books and articles about Oregon, including travel guides, talked about the history and landscape of the state. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop…

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    Danuta Pfeiffer talked about her book Chiseled: A Memoir of Identity, Duplicity, and Divine Wine, in which she recounts her time as a journalist, a televangelist on the 700 Club, and her front row seat to Pat…

  • Shasta County Library Boggs Collections
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    Shasta County Library Boggs Collections

    Elizabeth Kelley highlighted rare items featured in the Shasta Public Libraries Mae Helene Boggs Collection and talked about how the materials help tell the history of Shasta County. C-SPAN’s Local…

  • Redding Writers Forum
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    Redding Writers Forum

    Sharon Owen talks about the Redding Writers Forum and its impact on the literary community in California. Ms. Owen shared how the group operates as an inspiration for professional and recreational writers.…

  • Pennsylvania Icons Exhibit
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    Pennsylvania Icons Exhibit

    James Vaughan gave a tour of the “Pennsylvania Icons” exhibit at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. The exhibit features over 350 items that show the state’s role in the growth of the country. Mr.…

  • HarrisCameron Mansion
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    Harris-Cameron Mansion

    Ken Frew gave a tour of the Harris-Cameron Mansion and spoke about the founding of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mr. Frew explained that John Harris Sr. arrived in the area no known as Harrisburg in 1719. Nearly 70…

  • emCity Contented City Discontentedem
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    City Contented, City Discontented

    Michael Barton talked about his book City Contented, City Discontented: A Modern Day History of Harrisburg, in which he chronicles the history that helped shape modern day Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.…

  • emCity of Steelem
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    City of Steel

    Ken Kobus talked about his book, City of Steel: How Pittsburgh Became the World’s Steelmaking Capital During the Carnegie Era, about how Andrew Carnegie’s innovations helped transform Pittsburgh into the…