American History TV Schedule

Week of January 12 through January 19

All times and durations are subject to change

Saturday, January 14
8:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 57 min. Friendship 7This NASA film details the February 20, 1962, Mercury “Friendship 7” mission, during ... This NASA film details the February 20, 1962, Mercury “Friendship 7” mission, during which John Glenn became the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the earth. 9:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 52 min. Winston Churchill's Military CareerLora Vogt; Lee PollockLee Pollack talks about the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s military ... Lee Pollack talks about the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s military career. Mr. Pollack spoke about Churchill’s decision during World War I to leave Parliament and join the British Army as a commanding officer.

“Winston at the Front: From Parliament to Plugstreet, 1916” was part of a two-day symposium, “1916: Total War,” held at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
9:55 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 38 min. St. John's Church, Church of the PresidentsRichard GrimmettSt. John’s Church on Lafayette Square near the White House was built in 1816 and designed by ... St. John’s Church on Lafayette Square near the White House was built in 1816 and designed by U.S. Capitol architect Benjamin Latrobe. St. John’s is known as the “Church of the Presidents,” because every president since James Madison has attended at least one service there.
Historian and church member Richard Grimmett gave a tour of the national historic landmark. He talked about the history and traditions of the church, including the pews where U.S. presidents have sat and the prayer book signed by many presidents. Historical photographs and film clips were shown.
10:35 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Lead-Up to Pearl HarborJosiah Bunting III; Craig L. SymondsCraig Symonds talked about events that occurred in the Pacific region leading up to the Japanese ... Craig Symonds talked about events that occurred in the Pacific region leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including the Second Sino-Japanese War that started in 1937, and the U.S. embargo of oil shipments to Japan in the summer of 1941. On the morning of December 7, 1941, warplanes from six Japanese aircraft carriers attacked the island of Oahu in Hawaii, targeting the U.S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack led to U.S. entry into World War II. 11:40 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 56 min. Term Limits and the 22nd AmendmentGarrett Epps; Dale NeumanProfessor Garrett Epps talked about the 1947 passage of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. ... Professor Garrett Epps talked about the 1947 passage of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which limits the number of terms a president can serve. He explained what propelled the amendment’s adoption and some of the unintended consequences of ratification. 12:40 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 27 min. Bill of Rights DebateWilliam G. Chrystal; Steve Edenbo; Anna KassingerThomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton re-enactors debated the need for a Bill of Rights. ... Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton re-enactors debated the need for a Bill of Rights. December 2016 marked the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
1:10 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. The Brooklyn BridgeDale Gregory; Barry LewisBarry Lewis talked about the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was built in the 1870s. ... Barry Lewis talked about the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was built in the 1870s. Mr. Lewis spoke about at why Manhattan needed the bridge and how transportation through the city changed at the turn of the 20th century. 2:20 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 43 min. Winston Churchill and the British MonarchsDavid Cannadine; Catherine KatzSir David Cannadine talked about former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s ... Sir David Cannadine talked about former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s relationships with the four kings and two queens whom he served.

“Churchill and the Monarchs” was a presentation at the Churchill Centre’s 33rd International Churchill Conference, titled “Churchill: Friends and Contemporaries.”
3:05 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 51 min. Harry Truman's Political RelationshipsMadeleine K. Albright; Michael R. Beschloss; H. "Bill" W. Brands; Don E. Carleton; Andrew Rich; Mark K. Updegrove; Nancy Beck YoungHistorians discussed President Harry Truman’s leadership and how he interacted with three ... Historians discussed President Harry Truman’s leadership and how he interacted with three prominent Texas politicians, John Nance Garner, Sam Rayburn, and Lyndon B. Johnson.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, the organization hosted a symposium on leadership in the 20th century.
4:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 37 min. Teddy Roosevelt and American FootballJohn Hilboldt; John J. MillerJohn Miller recounts President Theodore Roosevelt’s involvement in the re-imagining of ... John Miller recounts President Theodore Roosevelt’s involvement in the re-imagining of football, which saved the sport from being banned and ultimately led to the creation of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The author reports that football of the late 19th century was a violent game that incurred numerous deaths (18 people died playing the sport in 1905) and was the focus of a ban on play led by Harvard University president Charles Eliot. President Roosevelt, a fan of the sport, invited the coaches of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton to meet in 1905 to draft new rules that allowed the continuation of play. John Miller discussed his book at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. He responded to questions from members of the audience. 4:40 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 17 min. Thomas Jefferson's ReputationRobert McDonald; Andrew TalkovAuthor Robert McDonald talked about Thomas Jefferson as a polarizing figure, and described how ... Author Robert McDonald talked about Thomas Jefferson as a polarizing figure, and described how Jefferson’s actions and writings led him to be both revered by his contemporaries and portrayed as dangerously radical and un-American. 5:59 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 7 min. Abraham Lincoln at City Point and RichmondNoah Andre TrudeauNoah Andre Trudeau described the process of researching his recent book on Abraham’s ... Noah Andre Trudeau described the process of researching his recent book on Abraham’s Lincoln’s time at City Point and Richmond, Virginia, near the end of the Civil War in 1865. He talked about some of the primary sources he used and why he believes some details have previously been misinterpreted.
7:08 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 52 min. World War I at SeaJohn T. KuehnProfessor John Kuehn talked about the naval war between Britain and Germany during World War I. ... Professor John Kuehn talked about the naval war between Britain and Germany during World War I.

“The Great War at Sea - 1916, Year of Decision?” was part of a two-day symposium hosted by the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
8:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 54 min. Presidency of Andrew JacksonJonathan BarthArizona State University professor Jonathan Barth talked about the rise of Andrew Jackson and his ... Arizona State University professor Jonathan Barth talked about the rise of Andrew Jackson and his presidency. He focused on Jackson’s clashes with Whig party members such as Henry Clay and Daniel Webster in the “bank wars” of the 1830s. 8:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Business Interests and U.S. Neutrality in World War IVolker R. Berghahn; Lora VogtVolker Berghahn talked about economics and the role of big business in the U.S. response to World ... Volker Berghahn talked about economics and the role of big business in the U.S. response to World War I. Professor Berghahn examined relationships between British, U.S., and German business communities.

“Big Business and the Question of American Neutrality, 1914-1916/17” was part of a two-day symposium, “1916: Total War,” held at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
10:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 21 min. Subject: NarcoticsProduced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug ... Produced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug addiction. It includes dramatized sequences of heroin addicts in shooting galleries in downtown Los Angeles. This was produced and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmakers Denis and Terry Sanders. 10:21 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN Bus Student Feature from Hampton, VIrginiaApril Cox; Kevin Davis; Jenae Green; Tiffany D. Hardy; Stephanie Harris; Gabrielle Thomas; Xavier WilliamsWhile the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students ... While the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students produced a video feature that was shown on the December 20, 2016, edition of the Hampton City Schools “School Notes.” 10:25 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. Locating and Returning Remains of U.S. Service MembersDavid Colley; Michael Dolski; Keith Huxen; Sharon Estill TaylorTwo authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased ... Two authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased American service members in the aftermath of World War II.

“Those Left Behind” was part of the multi-day 2016 International Conference on World War II, titled “1946: Year Zero-Triumph and Tragedy.”
11:50 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 9 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1941 InaugurationThis 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and ... This 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration on January 20, 1941.
Sunday, January 15
12:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 53 min. Presidency of Andrew JacksonJonathan BarthArizona State University professor Jonathan Barth talked about the rise of Andrew Jackson and his ... Arizona State University professor Jonathan Barth talked about the rise of Andrew Jackson and his presidency. He focused on Jackson’s clashes with Whig party members such as Henry Clay and Daniel Webster in the “bank wars” of the 1830s. 12:55 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Business Interests and U.S. Neutrality in World War IVolker R. Berghahn; Lora VogtVolker Berghahn talked about economics and the role of big business in the U.S. response to World ... Volker Berghahn talked about economics and the role of big business in the U.S. response to World War I. Professor Berghahn examined relationships between British, U.S., and German business communities.

“Big Business and the Question of American Neutrality, 1914-1916/17” was part of a two-day symposium, “1916: Total War,” held at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
2:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 37 min. Teddy Roosevelt and American FootballJohn Hilboldt; John J. MillerJohn Miller recounts President Theodore Roosevelt’s involvement in the re-imagining of ... John Miller recounts President Theodore Roosevelt’s involvement in the re-imagining of football, which saved the sport from being banned and ultimately led to the creation of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The author reports that football of the late 19th century was a violent game that incurred numerous deaths (18 people died playing the sport in 1905) and was the focus of a ban on play led by Harvard University president Charles Eliot. President Roosevelt, a fan of the sport, invited the coaches of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton to meet in 1905 to draft new rules that allowed the continuation of play. John Miller discussed his book at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
2:40 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 16 min. Thomas Jefferson's ReputationRobert McDonald; Andrew TalkovAuthor Robert McDonald talked about Thomas Jefferson as a polarizing figure, and described how ... Author Robert McDonald talked about Thomas Jefferson as a polarizing figure, and described how Jefferson’s actions and writings led him to be both revered by his contemporaries and portrayed as dangerously radical and un-American. 3:57 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN Bus Student Feature from Hampton, VIrginiaApril Cox; Kevin Davis; Jenae Green; Tiffany D. Hardy; Stephanie Harris; Gabrielle Thomas; Xavier WilliamsWhile the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students ... While the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students produced a video feature that was shown on the December 20, 2016, edition of the Hampton City Schools “School Notes.” 4:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 57 min. Friendship 7This NASA film details the February 20, 1962, Mercury “Friendship 7” mission, during ... This NASA film details the February 20, 1962, Mercury “Friendship 7” mission, during which John Glenn became the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the earth.
5:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 52 min. Winston Churchill's Military CareerLora Vogt; Lee PollockLee Pollack talks about the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s military ... Lee Pollack talks about the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s military career. Mr. Pollack spoke about Churchill’s decision during World War I to leave Parliament and join the British Army as a commanding officer.

“Winston at the Front: From Parliament to Plugstreet, 1916” was part of a two-day symposium, “1916: Total War,” held at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
5:55 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Lead-Up to Pearl HarborJosiah Bunting III; Craig L. SymondsCraig Symonds talked about events that occurred in the Pacific region leading up to the Japanese ... Craig Symonds talked about events that occurred in the Pacific region leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including the Second Sino-Japanese War that started in 1937, and the U.S. embargo of oil shipments to Japan in the summer of 1941. On the morning of December 7, 1941, warplanes from six Japanese aircraft carriers attacked the island of Oahu in Hawaii, targeting the U.S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack led to U.S. entry into World War II. 6:57 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives.
7:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 56 min. Term Limits and the 22nd AmendmentGarrett Epps; Dale NeumanProfessor Garrett Epps talked about the 1947 passage of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. ... Professor Garrett Epps talked about the 1947 passage of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which limits the number of terms a president can serve. He explained what propelled the amendment’s adoption and some of the unintended consequences of ratification. 8:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 57 min. Book Discussion The Nazis Next DoorEric LichtblauEric Lichtblau talked about his book, The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for ... Eric Lichtblau talked about his book, The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men, about the influx of Nazis who entered the United States following World War II. In his book, the author reports that many of these men were granted clearance by the U.S. government, who employed them as scientists, intelligence officers, engineers, and spies. Eric Lichtblau spoke at Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. 9:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Vatican Spies During World War IIRobert Citino; Mark RieblingMark Riebling talked about Pope Pius the Twelfth and the Catholic Church’s secret actions ... Mark Riebling talked about Pope Pius the Twelfth and the Catholic Church’s secret actions against the Nazis. He argued that, contrary to previous scholarship, the pope was involved in efforts to change the German regime, including plots to kill Hitler.

This Baptist Community Ministries “Faith in Wartime” Presentation was part of the multi-day 2016 International Conference on World War II, titled “1946: Year Zero-Triumph and Tragedy.”
10:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 7 min. Secretary of War Edwin StantonA. Wilson Greene; William MarvelWilliam Marvel talked about Edwin Stanton, Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of War during most of ... William Marvel talked about Edwin Stanton, Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of War during most of the Civil War. Mr. Marvel argued that Stanton’s loyalties to people lasted only as long as they were useful to him. He also gave examples of Secretary Stanton’s broad wartime powers, and suggested that they were often applied with disregard for civil liberties. 11:10 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 49 min. "Shell Shock" During World War IAnnessa Stagner; George ThompsonAnnessa Stagner talked about “shell shock” in World War I soldiers. “Shell ... Annessa Stagner talked about “shell shock” in World War I soldiers. “Shell shock” is a psychological term describing the effect of long-term distress from combat experience. Ms. Stagner is academic services dean at Lamar Community College in Colorado.

This presentation was part of a two-day symposium hosted by the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
12:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Women Journalists at the Turn of the 20th CenturyTracy LuchtIowa State University professor Tracy Lucht talked about women journalists in the late-19th and ... Iowa State University professor Tracy Lucht talked about women journalists in the late-19th and early 20th centuries. She described the careers of some pioneers, such as Nellie Bly and Dorothy Dix, and the societal pressures for women writers to balance traditional femininity and a career in journalism.
1:05 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 51 min. Washington Crossing the DelawareR. Crosby Kemper III; Harry LaverHarry Laver talked about George Washington’s 1776 Christmas Day crossing of the Delaware ... Harry Laver talked about George Washington’s 1776 Christmas Day crossing of the Delaware River to surprise and ultimately defeat Hessian troops in the Battle of Trenton. He described the situation of the American Revolution that led Washington to make this military gamble. 1:59 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 23 min. Franklin Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationFranklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This ... Franklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This program includes his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, and inaugural address. The program has been compiled from several sources including newsreels, audio and video from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, photographs from the Library of Congress, and portions of newsreels from the National Archives and Internet Archive. 2:23 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Don Young Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Don YoungRepreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the ... Repreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
2:28 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 27 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 Presidential InaugurationDwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World ... Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, was sworn in as the 34th president of the United States on January 20, 1953. This program included preparations for his inauguration, his oath of office, a portion of his address, and highlights of the inaugural parade. Before Donald Trump, Eisenhower was last to win the presidency having never held elective office. Courtesy of the U.S. Senate Recording Studio. 2:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 5 min. Representative Harold Rogers Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Hal RogersRepresentative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of ... Representative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 3:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 32 min. President Kennedy 1961 InaugurationJohn F. KennedyHighlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate ... Highlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate Recording Studio. The event took place on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a large crowd. Two of President Kennedy’s best-known phrases come from his inaugural address: “we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship...” and “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
Highlights included the arrival of the Kennedys at the Capitol, the Marine Band playing “America the Beautiful,” an invocation by Cardinal Cushing, Marion Anderson singing the National Anthem, a prayer by Archbishop Iakovos, the swearing-in of Vice President Johnson administered by the speaker of the House of Representatives, prayer by the Reverend John Barclay, the swearing-in of President Kennedy by the chief justice, the inaugural address, a benediction by Rabbi Nelson Glueck, the inaugural luncheon, and parade.
3:33 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Christopher Smith Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Chris SmithRepresentative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead ... Representative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 3:37 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 22 min. President Reagan 1981 Inaugural AddressRonald ReaganFootage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan ... Footage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. 4:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 21 min. Subject: NarcoticsProduced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug ... Produced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug addiction. It includes dramatized sequences of heroin addicts in shooting galleries in downtown Los Angeles. This was produced and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmakers Denis and Terry Sanders.
4:24 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. Locating and Returning Remains of U.S. Service MembersDavid Colley; Michael Dolski; Keith Huxen; Sharon Estill TaylorTwo authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased ... Two authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased American service members in the aftermath of World War II.

“Those Left Behind” was part of the multi-day 2016 International Conference on World War II, titled “1946: Year Zero-Triumph and Tragedy.”
5:48 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 9 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1941 InaugurationThis 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and ... This 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration on January 20, 1941. 6:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 29 min. National Building Museum and Inaugural BallsGene BacherTour Guide Gene Bacher talked about the National Building Museum and the 19th century Inaugural ... Tour Guide Gene Bacher talked about the National Building Museum and the 19th century Inaugural tradition that continues in the 21st century, including President Obama’s Commander-in-Chief Ball held there in January of 2009. The first Inaugural Ball held in the National Building Museum was Grover Cleveland’s in 1885, when it was known as the Pension Building and was still under construction. Composed of over 15 million red bricks, the Pension Building contains a Great Hall that is 316 feet long and 159 feet high.
6:30 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 29 min. White House TransitionsSteve Scully; Gary WaltersFormer White House chief usher Gary Walters talked about the history of White House transitions, ... Former White House chief usher Gary Walters talked about the history of White House transitions, and what goes on behind-the-scenes between the election and Inauguration Day. 7:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 23 min. Franklin Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationFranklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This ... Franklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This program includes his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, and inaugural address. The program has been compiled from several sources including newsreels, audio and video from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, photographs from the Library of Congress, and portions of newsreels from the National Archives and Internet Archive. 7:24 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Don Young Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Don YoungRepreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the ... Repreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
7:29 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 26 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 Presidential InaugurationDwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World ... Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, was sworn in as the 34th president of the United States on January 20, 1953. This program included preparations for his inauguration, his oath of office, a portion of his address, and highlights of the inaugural parade. Before Donald Trump, Eisenhower was last to win the presidency having never held elective office. Courtesy of the U.S. Senate Recording Studio. 7:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 5 min. Representative Harold Rogers Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Hal RogersRepresentative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of ... Representative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 8:01 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 32 min. President Kennedy 1961 InaugurationJohn F. KennedyHighlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate ... Highlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate Recording Studio. The event took place on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a large crowd. Two of President Kennedy’s best-known phrases come from his inaugural address: “we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship...” and “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
Highlights included the arrival of the Kennedys at the Capitol, the Marine Band playing “America the Beautiful,” an invocation by Cardinal Cushing, Marion Anderson singing the National Anthem, a prayer by Archbishop Iakovos, the swearing-in of Vice President Johnson administered by the speaker of the House of Representatives, prayer by the Reverend John Barclay, the swearing-in of President Kennedy by the chief justice, the inaugural address, a benediction by Rabbi Nelson Glueck, the inaugural luncheon, and parade.
8:33 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Christopher Smith Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Chris SmithRepresentative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead ... Representative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 8:38 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 22 min. President Reagan 1981 Inaugural AddressRonald ReaganFootage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan ... Footage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. 9:02 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 12 min. Silent Film of Herbert Hoover 1929 InaugurationHerbert HooverThis silent film documents the March 4, 1929, presidential inauguration of Herbert Hoover. This silent film documents the March 4, 1929, presidential inauguration of Herbert Hoover.
9:14 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationThis Universal Newsreel shows scenes of Franklin Roosevelt’s March 4, 1933, presidential ... This Universal Newsreel shows scenes of Franklin Roosevelt’s March 4, 1933, presidential inauguration and an airplane rushing film of the event from Washington, D.C., to New York City. 9:22 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. Silent Film of Calvin Coolidge 1925 InaugurationThis silent film documents the March 4, 1925, presidential inauguration of Calvin Coolidge. This silent film documents the March 4, 1925, presidential inauguration of Calvin Coolidge. 9:28 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office.
9:39 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 9 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1941 InaugurationThis 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and ... This 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration on January 20, 1941. 9:48 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Christopher Smith Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Chris SmithRepresentative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead ... Representative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 9:52 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
9:56 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 10:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 29 min. National Building Museum and Inaugural BallsGene BacherTour Guide Gene Bacher talked about the National Building Museum and the 19th century Inaugural ... Tour Guide Gene Bacher talked about the National Building Museum and the 19th century Inaugural tradition that continues in the 21st century, including President Obama’s Commander-in-Chief Ball held there in January of 2009. The first Inaugural Ball held in the National Building Museum was Grover Cleveland’s in 1885, when it was known as the Pension Building and was still under construction. Composed of over 15 million red bricks, the Pension Building contains a Great Hall that is 316 feet long and 159 feet high. 10:30 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 29 min. White House TransitionsSteve Scully; Gary WaltersFormer White House chief usher Gary Walters talked about the history of White House transitions, ... Former White House chief usher Gary Walters talked about the history of White House transitions, and what goes on behind-the-scenes between the election and Inauguration Day.
11:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 23 min. Franklin Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationFranklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This ... Franklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This program includes his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, and inaugural address. The program has been compiled from several sources including newsreels, audio and video from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, photographs from the Library of Congress, and portions of newsreels from the National Archives and Internet Archive. 11:24 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Don Young Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Don YoungRepreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the ... Repreentative Don Young (R-AK) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 11:29 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 26 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 Presidential InaugurationDwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World ... Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, was sworn in as the 34th president of the United States on January 20, 1953. This program included preparations for his inauguration, his oath of office, a portion of his address, and highlights of the inaugural parade. Before Donald Trump, Eisenhower was last to win the presidency having never held elective office. Courtesy of the U.S. Senate Recording Studio.
11:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 5 min. Representative Harold Rogers Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Hal RogersRepresentative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of ... Representative Harold Rogers (R-KY) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Monday, January 16
12:01 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 32 min. President Kennedy 1961 InaugurationJohn F. KennedyHighlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate ... Highlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate Recording Studio. The event took place on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a large crowd. Two of President Kennedy’s best-known phrases come from his inaugural address: “we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship...” and “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
Highlights included the arrival of the Kennedys at the Capitol, the Marine Band playing “America the Beautiful,” an invocation by Cardinal Cushing, Marion Anderson singing the National Anthem, a prayer by Archbishop Iakovos, the swearing-in of Vice President Johnson administered by the speaker of the House of Representatives, prayer by the Reverend John Barclay, the swearing-in of President Kennedy by the chief justice, the inaugural address, a benediction by Rabbi Nelson Glueck, the inaugural luncheon, and parade.
12:33 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Christopher Smith Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Chris SmithRepresentative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead ... Representative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 12:38 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 22 min. President Reagan 1981 Inaugural AddressRonald ReaganFootage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan ... Footage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
1:01 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 12 min. Silent Film of Herbert Hoover 1929 InaugurationHerbert HooverThis silent film documents the March 4, 1929, presidential inauguration of Herbert Hoover. This silent film documents the March 4, 1929, presidential inauguration of Herbert Hoover. 1:13 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationThis Universal Newsreel shows scenes of Franklin Roosevelt’s March 4, 1933, presidential ... This Universal Newsreel shows scenes of Franklin Roosevelt’s March 4, 1933, presidential inauguration and an airplane rushing film of the event from Washington, D.C., to New York City. 1:21 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. Silent Film of Calvin Coolidge 1925 InaugurationThis silent film documents the March 4, 1925, presidential inauguration of Calvin Coolidge. This silent film documents the March 4, 1925, presidential inauguration of Calvin Coolidge.
1:28 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. 1:39 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 9 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1941 InaugurationThis 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and ... This 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration on January 20, 1941. 1:48 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 4 min. Representative Christopher Smith Inaugural RecollectionsDelia Rios; Chris SmithRepresentative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead ... Representative Christopher Smith (R-NJ) spoke about his recollections of past inaugurations ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
1:52 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. 1:56 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 2:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 21 min. Subject: NarcoticsProduced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug ... Produced for police orientation and training in 1951, this film explores the problem of drug addiction. It includes dramatized sequences of heroin addicts in shooting galleries in downtown Los Angeles. This was produced and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmakers Denis and Terry Sanders.
2:21 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN Bus Student Feature from Hampton, VIrginiaApril Cox; Kevin Davis; Jenae Green; Tiffany D. Hardy; Stephanie Harris; Gabrielle Thomas; Xavier WilliamsWhile the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students ... While the C-SPAN 2016 Campaign Bus was at Hampton High School in Hampton, Virginia, students produced a video feature that was shown on the December 20, 2016, edition of the Hampton City Schools “School Notes.” 2:24 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. Locating and Returning Remains of U.S. Service MembersDavid Colley; Michael Dolski; Keith Huxen; Sharon Estill TaylorTwo authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased ... Two authors and a POW/MIA historian discussed efforts to locate and return the remains of deceased American service members in the aftermath of World War II.

“Those Left Behind” was part of the multi-day 2016 International Conference on World War II, titled “1946: Year Zero-Triumph and Tragedy.”
3:48 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 9 min. Newsreel of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1941 InaugurationThis 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and ... This 1941 Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration on January 20, 1941.
4:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Women Journalists at the Turn of the 20th CenturyTracy LuchtIowa State University professor Tracy Lucht talked about women journalists in the late-19th and ... Iowa State University professor Tracy Lucht talked about women journalists in the late-19th and early 20th centuries. She described the careers of some pioneers, such as Nellie Bly and Dorothy Dix, and the societal pressures for women writers to balance traditional femininity and a career in journalism. 5:05 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 51 min. Washington Crossing the DelawareR. Crosby Kemper III; Harry LaverHarry Laver talked about George Washington’s 1776 Christmas Day crossing of the Delaware ... Harry Laver talked about George Washington’s 1776 Christmas Day crossing of the Delaware River to surprise and ultimately defeat Hessian troops in the Battle of Trenton. He described the situation of the American Revolution that led Washington to make this military gamble. 6:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 23 min. Franklin Roosevelt 1933 InaugurationFranklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This ... Franklin Roosevelt was sworn in as the 32nd president of the United States on March 4, 1933. This program includes his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, and inaugural address. The program has been compiled from several sources including newsreels, audio and video from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, photographs from the Library of Congress, and portions of newsreels from the National Archives and Internet Archive.
6:24 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 26 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 Presidential InaugurationDwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World ... Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican and the former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, was sworn in as the 34th president of the United States on January 20, 1953. This program included preparations for his inauguration, his oath of office, a portion of his address, and highlights of the inaugural parade. Before Donald Trump, Eisenhower was last to win the presidency having never held elective office. Courtesy of the U.S. Senate Recording Studio. 6:50 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 32 min. President Kennedy 1961 InaugurationJohn F. KennedyHighlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate ... Highlights were shown of the 1961 inauguration of President John F. Kennedy courtesy of the Senate Recording Studio. The event took place on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a large crowd. Two of President Kennedy’s best-known phrases come from his inaugural address: “we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship...” and “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
Highlights included the arrival of the Kennedys at the Capitol, the Marine Band playing “America the Beautiful,” an invocation by Cardinal Cushing, Marion Anderson singing the National Anthem, a prayer by Archbishop Iakovos, the swearing-in of Vice President Johnson administered by the speaker of the House of Representatives, prayer by the Reverend John Barclay, the swearing-in of President Kennedy by the chief justice, the inaugural address, a benediction by Rabbi Nelson Glueck, the inaugural luncheon, and parade.
7:23 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 22 min. President Reagan 1981 Inaugural AddressRonald ReaganFootage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan ... Footage of President Reagan’s first inauguration was shown courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
7:46 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. 8:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 31 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 8:35 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Philosophy of W.E.B. Du BoisMaurice JacksonProfessor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential ... Professor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential African-American sociologist, author, and civil rights activist in late-19th and early 20th centuries. He described Du Bois' early life, his role as an educator, and his relationship with other activists of the time.
9:40 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 26 min. Slavery, Jesuits, and Georgetown UniversityAdam RothmanProfessor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their ... Professor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their history during the 18th and 19th centuries as slave owners in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area. He also spoke about how Georgetown University, founded by the Jesuits, benefited from the slave economy.

The Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture is given annually to honor the pioneering African American educator and historian and was part of a conference on Washington, D.C., history.
11:10 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 15 min. President Dwight Eisenhower Farewell AddressDwight D. EisenhowerPresident Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes ... President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes referred to as the "Military-Industrial Complex Speech", is considered by some to be one of the most significant speeches of the Eisenhower presidency. 11:26 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 51 min. 1969 State of the Union AddressLyndon Baines JohnsonPresident Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, ... President Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, 1969, less than a week before the inauguration of his successor, Republican Richard Nixon. The speech served as his goodbye to the American people, as he did not give a farewell speech. President Johnson spoke about what he saw as his accomplishments, including passage of the Voting Rights Act and the creation of Medicare, and he expressed hope that negotiations would result in peace in Vietnam. Courtesy CBS News.
12:17 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. President Bill Clinton Farewell AddressBill ClintonDays prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments ... Days prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. While wishing President-Elect Bush well, he also spoke about the need to maintain fiscal responsibility, remain involved in the global community, and the importance of tolerance. 12:25 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 14 min. President George W. Bush Farewell AddressGeorge W. BushDays prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of ... Days prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. He reflected upon the tough decisions and accomplishments of the past eight years, as well as the challenges ahead. He expressed his gratitude to the American people, including the men and women of the Armed Forces. He also acknowledged the service and contributions of several persons in attendance in the East Room. 12:41 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office.
12:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Edith Wilson in the White HouseWilliam "Bill" E. Hazelgrove; Carrie VillarWilliam Hazelgrove talked about his book, Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith ... William Hazelgrove talked about his book, Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith Wilson. Edith Wilson married Woodrow Wilson after his first wife died in the White House. When President Wilson suffered a massive stroke in 1919, it was Edith who guarded access to the recovering president. 2:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 30 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 2:31 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
2:35 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Philosophy of W.E.B. Du BoisMaurice JacksonProfessor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential ... Professor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential African-American sociologist, author, and civil rights activist in late-19th and early 20th centuries. He described Du Bois' early life, his role as an educator, and his relationship with other activists of the time. 3:40 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 26 min. Slavery, Jesuits, and Georgetown UniversityAdam RothmanProfessor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their ... Professor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their history during the 18th and 19th centuries as slave owners in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area. He also spoke about how Georgetown University, founded by the Jesuits, benefited from the slave economy.

The Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture is given annually to honor the pioneering African American educator and historian and was part of a conference on Washington, D.C., history.
5:06 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. Presidential Transitions at the White HouseMary Ellen Daneels; Martha Joynt Kumar; Ann Stock; Terry Sullivan; Gary WaltersFormer White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up ... Former White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up to an inauguration, how the incoming First Family prepares to move into the White House and the protocol involved in hiring new staffers and key appointment positions. The National Council for the Social Studies hosted this event.
5:10 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 15 min. President Dwight Eisenhower Farewell AddressDwight D. EisenhowerPresident Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes ... President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes referred to as the "Military-Industrial Complex Speech", is considered by some to be one of the most significant speeches of the Eisenhower presidency. 5:26 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 50 min. 1969 State of the Union AddressLyndon Baines JohnsonPresident Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, ... President Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, 1969, less than a week before the inauguration of his successor, Republican Richard Nixon. The speech served as his goodbye to the American people, as he did not give a farewell speech. President Johnson spoke about what he saw as his accomplishments, including passage of the Voting Rights Act and the creation of Medicare, and he expressed hope that negotiations would result in peace in Vietnam. Courtesy CBS News. 6:17 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. President Bill Clinton Farewell AddressBill ClintonDays prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments ... Days prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. While wishing President-Elect Bush well, he also spoke about the need to maintain fiscal responsibility, remain involved in the global community, and the importance of tolerance.
6:25 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 14 min. President George W. Bush Farewell AddressGeorge W. BushDays prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of ... Days prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. He reflected upon the tough decisions and accomplishments of the past eight years, as well as the challenges ahead. He expressed his gratitude to the American people, including the men and women of the Armed Forces. He also acknowledged the service and contributions of several persons in attendance in the East Room. 6:40 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. 6:55 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Presidential Transitions at the White HouseMary Ellen Daneels; Martha Joynt Kumar; Ann Stock; Terry Sullivan; Gary WaltersFormer White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up ... Former White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up to an inauguration, how the incoming First Family prepares to move into the White House and the protocol involved in hiring new staffers and key appointment positions. The National Council for the Social Studies hosted this event.
8:00 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 30 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 8:30 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. 8:34 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Philosophy of W.E.B. Du BoisMaurice JacksonProfessor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential ... Professor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential African-American sociologist, author, and civil rights activist in late-19th and early 20th centuries. He described Du Bois' early life, his role as an educator, and his relationship with other activists of the time.
9:40 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 26 min. Slavery, Jesuits, and Georgetown UniversityAdam RothmanProfessor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their ... Professor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their history during the 18th and 19th centuries as slave owners in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area. He also spoke about how Georgetown University, founded by the Jesuits, benefited from the slave economy.

The Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture is given annually to honor the pioneering African American educator and historian and was part of a conference on Washington, D.C., history.
11:06 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. 11:10 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 15 min. President Dwight Eisenhower Farewell AddressDwight D. EisenhowerPresident Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes ... President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes referred to as the "Military-Industrial Complex Speech", is considered by some to be one of the most significant speeches of the Eisenhower presidency.
11:27 PM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 50 min. 1969 State of the Union AddressLyndon Baines JohnsonPresident Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, ... President Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, 1969, less than a week before the inauguration of his successor, Republican Richard Nixon. The speech served as his goodbye to the American people, as he did not give a farewell speech. President Johnson spoke about what he saw as his accomplishments, including passage of the Voting Rights Act and the creation of Medicare, and he expressed hope that negotiations would result in peace in Vietnam. Courtesy CBS News.
Tuesday, January 17
12:18 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. President Bill Clinton Farewell AddressBill ClintonDays prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments ... Days prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. While wishing President-Elect Bush well, he also spoke about the need to maintain fiscal responsibility, remain involved in the global community, and the importance of tolerance. 12:25 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 14 min. President George W. Bush Farewell AddressGeorge W. BushDays prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of ... Days prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. He reflected upon the tough decisions and accomplishments of the past eight years, as well as the challenges ahead. He expressed his gratitude to the American people, including the men and women of the Armed Forces. He also acknowledged the service and contributions of several persons in attendance in the East Room. 12:41 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office.
12:55 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Presidential Transitions at the White HouseMary Ellen Daneels; Martha Joynt Kumar; Ann Stock; Terry Sullivan; Gary WaltersFormer White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up ... Former White House staffers and presidential transition team officials discussed events leading up to an inauguration, how the incoming First Family prepares to move into the White House and the protocol involved in hiring new staffers and key appointment positions. The National Council for the Social Studies hosted this event. 2:00 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 30 min. The Time Has ComeThis 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling ... This 1977 U.S. Information Agency film documents the progress of African Americans by profiling several newly-elected black public officials. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film includes interviews and scenes with Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA), Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Delores Tucker, future Representative John Lewis (D-GA), and Representative Barbara Jordan (D-TX), the 1976 Democratic Convention keynote speaker. The film was originally created for overseas audiences and was restored by the National Archives. 2:31 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
2:35 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Philosophy of W.E.B. Du BoisMaurice JacksonProfessor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential ... Professor Maurice Jackson talked about the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential African-American sociologist, author, and civil rights activist in late-19th and early 20th centuries. He described Du Bois' early life, his role as an educator, and his relationship with other activists of the time. 3:40 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 26 min. Slavery, Jesuits, and Georgetown UniversityAdam RothmanProfessor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their ... Professor Adam Rothman talked about the Jesuits, a male Roman Catholic religious order, and their history during the 18th and 19th centuries as slave owners in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area. He also spoke about how Georgetown University, founded by the Jesuits, benefited from the slave economy.

The Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture is given annually to honor the pioneering African American educator and historian and was part of a conference on Washington, D.C., history.
5:11 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 15 min. President Dwight Eisenhower Farewell AddressDwight D. EisenhowerPresident Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes ... President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes referred to as the "Military-Industrial Complex Speech", is considered by some to be one of the most significant speeches of the Eisenhower presidency.
5:26 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 50 min. 1969 State of the Union AddressLyndon Baines JohnsonPresident Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, ... President Lyndon Johnson delivered his final State of the Union Address to Congress on January 14, 1969, less than a week before the inauguration of his successor, Republican Richard Nixon. The speech served as his goodbye to the American people, as he did not give a farewell speech. President Johnson spoke about what he saw as his accomplishments, including passage of the Voting Rights Act and the creation of Medicare, and he expressed hope that negotiations would result in peace in Vietnam. Courtesy CBS News. 6:17 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. President Bill Clinton Farewell AddressBill ClintonDays prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments ... Days prior to leaving office President Clinton addressed the nation, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. While wishing President-Elect Bush well, he also spoke about the need to maintain fiscal responsibility, remain involved in the global community, and the importance of tolerance. 6:25 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 14 min. President George W. Bush Farewell AddressGeorge W. BushDays prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of ... Days prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. He reflected upon the tough decisions and accomplishments of the past eight years, as well as the challenges ahead. He expressed his gratitude to the American people, including the men and women of the Armed Forces. He also acknowledged the service and contributions of several persons in attendance in the East Room.
6:40 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 10 min. President Obama and Washington, D.C.John McArdle; William SealeWilliam Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he ... William Seale talked about President Obama’s decision to stay in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Mr. Seale talked about why that is so rare, and described the lives of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, who called Washington home after their presidential terms were up. In May 2016, President Obama announced that he and his family would be staying in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. 6:51 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 3 min. One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.Ann M. ShumardAnn Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, ... Ann Shumard, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s senior curator of photographs, visited the exhibit, “One Life: Martin Luther King Jr.” The exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which took place on August 28, 1963. That day, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. 6:55 AM EST on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Edith Wilson in the White HouseWilliam "Bill" E. Hazelgrove; Carrie VillarWilliam Hazelgrove talked about his book, Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith ... William Hazelgrove talked about his book, Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith Wilson. Edith Wilson married Woodrow Wilson after his first wife died in the White House. When President Wilson suffered a massive stroke in 1919, it was Edith who guarded access to the recovering president.