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  • African American History 1619 Through the Civil War
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    African American History, 1619 Through the Civil War

    American History TV visited the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond’s exhibit on 400 years of African American history. Curator Karen Sherry focused on the period between 1619 and…

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  • World War II US Army Battalion Aid Station
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    World War II U.S. Army Battalion Aid Station

    Physician and living history hobbyist Jack Moody portrayed a World War II U.S. Army battalion surgeon at the annual Army Heritage Days in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Dr. Moody’s medical tent…

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  • Votes for Women Exhibit
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    "Votes for Women" Exhibit

    Historian Kate Clarke Lemay gave American History TV a guided tour of a National Portrait Gallery exhibit marking the centennial of the 19th Amendment. Using images of early suffrage…

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  • National Museum of the American Indian Trail of Tears Exhibit
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    National Museum of the American Indian "Trail of Tears" Exhibit

    The “Trail of Tears” gallery at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. looks at the national debate over the 1830 Indian Removal Act and its impact on southern tribes. Associate…

    437 views
  • World War II Combat Team in Maritime Alps
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    World War II Combat Team in Maritime Alps

    C-SPAN visited the living history camp of the 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team to learn about the experiences of U.S. Army soldiers in the Maritime Alps during World War II. The 517th…

    249 views
  • Rockwell Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms Exhibit
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    "Rockwell, Roosevelt, and the Four Freedoms" Exhibit

    In his 1941 State of the Union address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt outlined what became known as the "Four Freedoms": freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom…

    306 views
  • African American History Reconstruction Through Civil Rights
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    African American History, Reconstruction Through Civil Rights

    American History TV visited the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond to look at their exhibit on 400 years of African American history. Curator Karen Sherry focused on the…

    154 views
  • Rightfully Hers American Women and the Vote Exhibit
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    "Rightfully Hers, American Women and the Vote" Exhibit

    Curator Corinne Porter gave American History TV a guided tour of a National Archives exhibit marking the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which guarantees women the right to vote.

    208 views
  • Cold War Museum
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    Cold War Museum

    Founder Gary Powers, Jr. gave a tour of the Cold War Museum in Warrenton, Virginia, built on a former U.S. Army communication base that was used by the National Security Agency, CIA, and…

    535 views
  • 4th Infantry Division and DDay
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    4th Infantry Division and D-Day

    Historian, author, and reenactor Jared Frederick described the 4th Infantry Division’s role in the June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion of France and gave a tour of an encampment of his “Furious…

    689 views
  • Space Exploration From the Moon to Mars
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    Space Exploration From the Moon to Mars

    Valerie Neal gave a tour of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. She showed artifacts that tell the story of space exploration from…

    776 views
  • World War II Soviet Army
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    World War II Soviet Army

    Living history hobbyist Craig Hall portrays a Soviet Cavalry officer and discusses the role of the Soviet Union in World War II. Appearing at the annual Army Heritage Days event in…

    416 views
  • Baseball in America Origins and Early Days
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    Baseball in America, Origins and Early Days

    American History TV visited the “Baseball Americana” exhibit at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. to learn about baseball’s origins and early days. Our guide is exhibit curator…

    913 views
  • The Womens Memorial Part 2
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    The Women's Memorial, Part 2

    Retired Lieutenant Colonel Marilla Cushman led a tour of the Women’s Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, covering women who served in the Korean War through the war on terrorism. This is the…

    286 views
  • The Womens Memorial Part 1
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    The Women's Memorial, Part 1

    Retired Lieutenant Colonel Marilla Cushman led a tour of the Women’s Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, covering women who served in the Revolutionary War through World War II. This was the…

    2,670 views
  • Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement
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    Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement

    American History TV visited the Newseum in Washington, D.C., to tour their “Rise Up” exhibit looking back at the Stonewall riots, six days of protests considered to be the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ…

    414 views
  • Fashioning the New Woman 18901925
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    Fashioning the New Woman, 1890-1925

    Curator Alden O’Brien gave a group a tour of the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum exhibit, “Fashioning the New Woman: 1890 to 1925,” which detailed how women’s clothing changed as…

    4,206 views
  • US Army Heritage and Education Center Collections
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    U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center Collections

    Conservation staff and curators showed artifacts in storage at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and described how their collections of thousands of…

    241 views
  • Womens History
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    Women's History

    Efforts to build a National Women’s History Museum in Washington, D.C., have been underway for more than 20 years. It currently exists as an online museum and offers local walking tours focused…

    329 views
  • Discussion on Eastern State Penitentiary
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    Eastern State Penitentiary

    Nick Gillette gave a tour of the world’s first penitentiary, opened in 1829 by the state of Pennsylvania. The prison was a new experiment in reform of criminals and was copied all over the…

    2,423 views
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