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  • 100th Anniversary of US Entry into World War I
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    100th Anniversary of U.S. Entry into World War I

    American History TV presented live coverage from the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City to mark the centennial of U.S. entry into World War I. Guests talked about about the memorial built to…

    2,015 views
  • Labor Movement in California
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    Labor Movement in California

    Professor Matthew Garcia talked about the history of the labor movement in California. He is the author of the book, A World of Its Own: Race, Labor, and Citrus in the Making of Greater Los…

    76 views
  • African American Slavery in California
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    African American Slavery in California

    Professor Jean Pfaelzer talked about African-American slavery in California. She spoke about how and when slaves were brought West and talks about California’s role in the Civil War.

    762 views
  • Native American Osage Tribe
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    Native American Osage Tribe

    Professor Tai Edwards talked about the history of the Native American Osage tribe. She spoke about why the tribe was moved from their ancestral lands in modern-day Missouri, and why its removal…

    327 views
  • Globalization in the Pacific Northwest
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    Globalization in the Pacific Northwest

    Christopher Foss talked about his research on congressional politics and globalization in the Pacific Northwest. He discussed the definition and origin of globalization in the region and how…

    169 views
  • 19th Century Detectives
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    19th Century Detectives

    Luke Willert talked about 19th century detective work and the role detectives played in the settlement of western territories. He spoke about why detectives went west and why many of them had to…

    247 views
  • Oregon Trail
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    Oregon Trail

    Professor Sarah Keyes talked about her book project on the Oregon Trail. She spoke about the threats people faced on the trail, and explained how they dealt with death along the way. She was…

    366 views
  • 1863 New York City Draft Riots
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    1863 New York City Draft Riots

    Mount Holyoke College History Professor Daniel Czitrom talked about New York City and the events leading up to the July 1863 riots, which started in response to new laws drafting men to…

    476 views
  • QA with Mark Farkas
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    Q&A with Mark Farkas

    Mark Farkas was interviewed about his involvement in the production of the C-SPAN series “The Capitol.” He described the production process for the special, and talked about how the program would…

    256 views
  • Persian Gulf War Open Phones
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    Persian Gulf War: Open Phones

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  • Persian Gulf War
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    Persian Gulf War

    Mr. Dornan, member of the House Armed Services committee, spoke on the air attack of Iraq by U.S. and allied forces, which had started earlier in the evening.

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  • Demonstration for Dukakis  Closing
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    Demonstration for Dukakis & Closing

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  • CSPAN Coverage of 1988 Campaign
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    C-SPAN Coverage of 1988 Campaign

    C-SPAN producers discussed the organization’s plans to cover the Iowa caucuses, the New Hampshire primary, and the 20-state “Super Tuesday” primaries.

    91 views
  • States of the Nation 85 Review
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    States of the Nation '85 Review

    Mr. Lamb discussed daily operations at C-SPAN and reviewed key moments from the previous year. He also reviewed the States of the Nation '85 tour. C-SPAN staff members discussed their…

    53 views
  • CSPAN Update
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    C-SPAN Update

    The new C-SPAN Update, a weekly newsletter from C-SPAN, was the subject of the call-in program.

    89 views