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  • History of the University of North Carolina
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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 as well as its role in the growth of the city of Chapel Hill. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

    424 views
  • Spanish Governors Palace
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    Spanish Governor's Palace

    The Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio is the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio de Bejar. Colleen Swain, director of the San Antonio World Heritage Office, and museum assistant Charlotte…

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  • San Antonio River Walk
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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 this depression era project became an oasis in the in the heart of the city’s downtown. C-SPAN’s…

    292 views
  • Barbara Bush Scrapbooks
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    Barbara Bush Scrapbooks

    Former first lady Barbara Bush kept scrapbooks of every year of the Bush’s life together. Warren Finch, Director of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum showed items from one of…

    378 views
  • George HW Bush Memorial Exhibit
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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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  • emA Matter of Time  Route 66 Through the Lens of Changeem
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    A Matter of Time - Route 66 Through the Lens of Change

    Ride along with Nick Gerlich, author of, A Matter of Time- Route 66 Through the Lens of Change, as he talked about landmarks from the highway that still exist. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs)…

    915 views
  • Southwest Voter Registration Education Project
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    Southwest Voter Registration Education Project

    Founded by Willie Velasquez in 1974, the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project was created to increase minority participation in elections. Amy Rushing, head of special collections at University of…

    111 views
  • Pantex  World War II through the Cold War
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    Pantex - World War II through the Cold War

    Since 1942, the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas, has contributed to the defense of the United States. Katie Braughton, cultural resources senior associate at Pantex Plant, shared the history of the plant,…

    623 views
  • emSaving San Antonioem
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    Saving San Antonio

    Author Lewis Fisher talked about the arrival of Spanish explorers and the settlement of San Antonio in his book, Saving San Antonio: The Preservation of a Heritage. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

    262 views
  • Palo Duro Canyon
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    Palo Duro Canyon

    Jeff Davis, assistant park superintendent at Palo Duro Canyon State Park, shared the history the second-largest canyon in the United States. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their…

    3,421 views
  • Indigenous People of the Great Plains
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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 tour of the “Native Lifeways of the Plains” exhibition which showcases items from the indigenous people…

    281 views
  • Texas AM Corps of Cadets
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    Texas A&M Corps of Cadets

    Texas A&M University Corp of Cadets is a student military organization established in 1876. Colonel Byron Stebbins, chief of staff and deputy commandant, and Cadet Colonel Daniel Strong, deputy…

    698 views
  • CSPAN Cities Tour Music of a Nation
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    C-SPAN Cities Tour- Music of a Nation

    The C-SPAN Cities Tour explored the American story on a tour across the United States to examine the music of a nation, visiting historic venues and cities that spawned their own unique…

    122 views
  • USS Missouri
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    USS Missouri

    Resting in the waters of Pearl Harbor, where the events that brought the United States into World War II took place, the USS Missouri represents the final moments of the conflict. Meghan Rathbun gave a tour…

    1,630 views
  • Tour of the Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan Exhibit at Purdue University
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    Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan Exhibit

    Tracy Grimm gave a tour of the Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan exhibit, “Steps to the Moon,” on display in the Stewart Center at Purdue University. She talked about the items in the exhibit and explained…

    401 views
  • Voting Rights March in Selma
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    Voting Rights March in Selma

    In March of 1965, civil rights activists and religious leaders marched from Selma to Montgomery to demand African Americans be given the right to vote. National Park Service Guide April Baldwin visited…

    1,577 views
  • Bush Family Gravesite
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    Bush Family Gravesite

    Warren Finch, director of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, took a walk to the burial site of President George H.W. Bush at his Presidential Library and Museum in…

    868 views
  • Former Chapel Hill Mayor Howard Lee
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    Former Chapel Hill Mayor Howard Lee

    Howard Lee was the first African-American elected mayor in a majority-white southern city. Mr. Lee talked about serving as Chapel Hill’s mayor from 1969 to 1975 and explained the challenges he faced during…

    779 views
  • Historic Amarillo Santa Fe Depot
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    Historic Amarillo Santa Fe Depot

    Jerry Danforth, director of facilities with the city of Amarillo, Texas, gave a tour of the Santa Fe Railroad Depot in Amarillo. He talked about the impact the railroad had on the city and the plans to…

    998 views
  • emThats Rufusem
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    That's Rufus

    Attorney Rufus Edmisten served as the deputy chief counsel on the Senate Watergate Committee, which was chaired by North Carolina Senator Sam Ervin. In his book, That’s Rufus: A Memoir of Tar Hell Politics,…

    185 views
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