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    George H.W. Bush Memorial Exhibit

    After the passing of President George H.W. Bush in 2018, his Presidential Library and Museum opened an exhibit honoring the 41st president displaying items from his memorial services.…

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    Clinton House Museum

    Located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the Clinton House Museum was the first home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. The Clintons taught at the at the University of Arkansas School of Law and were married inside the home…

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    Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse

    Michael Sullivan talks about the 1940 Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapse and its effects on the study of bridge design and civil engineering. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their…

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    Flagstaff's Lunar Legacy

    Established in 1894 by Percival Lowell, the Lowell Observatory would become the site of many discoveries. Kevin Schindler, historian at Lowell Observatory, talked about the role it played in the Apollo…

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    Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Blaine Baggett, former director of communications and education at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, talked about the many contributions this facility has made to the exploration and study of space…

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    Gamble House

    Pasadena, California’s, Gamble House is an American Craftsman style home designed by Charles and Henry Greene. The home was built for the Gamble family of the Proctor and Gamble company and has become one of the…

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    Agriculture in Tulare County

    Tulare County is one of California’s top agricultural counties. The industry is a major economic driver for the county and cities like Visalia. Farmer and rancher Mike Chrisman gave a tour of Tulare County…

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    Robert E. Lee High School, Race, and Segregation in Tyler, Texas

    Lee Hancock shared the history of segregation in Tyler, Texas', Robert E. Lee High School, and desegregation. She provided insight into the role the city played in shaping the statewide and national fight…

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    Citrus Industry in Riverside

    The California Citrus State Historic Park shows how the citrus industry shaped Riverside and Southern California. Steven Moreno-Terrill, park interpreter, talked about how the park is working to uncover and…

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    Cowgirls of the American West

    The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors women who helped shape the American West. Associate Executive Director Diana Vela talked about some of the women who led this effort, including Supreme Court…

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    Cowboy Culture in Fort Worth

    The Cowtown Coliseum, located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, is a symbol of the of the city’s western culture. Built in 1907, it has hosted presidents, world class singers, and rodeo events. Joe Hub Baker…

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    Tyler Rose Industry

    Tyler, Texas, is known as the Rose Capital of America due to its long history of producing and processing large quantities of roses. Mark Chamblee, owner of Chamblee’s Rose Nursery, talked about Tyler’s once…

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    Settlement of Norman, Oklahoma

    Museum manager Stephanie Hixon gave a tour of the Moore-Lindsay House Museum, a Victorian style home built during the early days of the city of Norman, Oklahoma. She talked about the families who lived in…

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    National Weather Center

    Norman, Oklahoma, is home to the National Weather Center, located on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, it is a consolidation of federal, state, and academic organizations that work to better understand the…

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    Historic Shawnee Business

    Two locally owned businesses have called Shawnee home for over 100 years. Round House began manufacturing workwear for rail workers in 1903 and Shawnee Mills has been making flour and other products since…

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    Citizen Potawatomi Nation

    The Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Cultural Heritage Center informs visitors about the history of its people, including the forced removal from native land into Indian Territory. Kelli Mosteller, director of…

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    Battle of Wilson's Creek

    Connie Langum gave a tour of Wilson’s Creek Battlefield near Springfield, Missouri. Fought in August 1861, Wilson’s Creek was the first major battle of the Civil War fought west of the Mississippi River.…

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    Wild Bill Hickok and the American West

    In 1865, Wild Bill Hickok shot gambler Davis Tutt in Springfield, Missouri’s town square. It is thought to be the first one-on-one quick draw gun battle of the American West. Jami Lewis, Missouri State Historical…

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    Birth of Route 66

    Springfield, Missouri, is the known as the birthplace of Route 66. John Sellars, executive director of the History Museum on the Square, shared the story of how this historic highway received its name.…

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    Lewis and Clark Expedition in South Dakota

    Jay Vogt talked about the Lewis and Clark expedition’s encounter with members of the Lakota Sioux at a spot along the Missouri River that is now Pierre, South Dakota. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

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