U.S. History Series

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African American/Black History Map Rap
"Highly Recommended. This effort by two educators, Howard Shelf II and Phil Garcia, commemorates black history and refocuses the positives in the rap genre." -National Media Review Howard Shelf II…
Robert E. Lee - Beyond the Battles
This is the authoritative documentary on Robert E. Lee, the famed military leader of the Confederate Army during the Civil War. Featuring the perspectives of America's leading Civil War historians,…
Abraham Lincoln: His Life and His Legacy
April 14th, 1865, just 5 days after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at the Appomattox Courthouse, ending the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth…
Ely Parker (Seneca) - Warrior in Two Worlds
"Highly Recommended. This documentary fills an important gap in American history collections by documenting the life of a person who is not well known today. It is accurate and without…
A Sleepy Hollow Memorial
Sleepy Hollow, a village in the town of Mount Pleasant, is located on the eastern bank of the Hudson River in Westchester County, New York. Here you will find the…
The Statue of Liberty: Building a Colossus
"Highly Recommended! An exceptional achievement, this is simply the best documentary on the Statue of Liberty ever made. It illuminates the forgotten story of the Statue of Liberty like no…
Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington (1856 - 1915) was born into slavery in Virginia. After emancipation he worked his way through college, attending the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (today, Hampton University)…

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Off the Beaten Path
Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
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California Missions 12 & 13
  • Class Project - The Making of a Mission Studying the Missions of California is an important part of all children's education in their state - and it's a great U.S. history lesson for children outside of California. This "hands on" program offers two creative class projects presented by 4th grade…
  • Abraham Lincoln: His Life and His Legacy
    Part of the Series: U.S. History Series
    April 14th, 1865, just 5 days after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at the Appomattox Courthouse, ending the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth and would die the next day. This one violent act shocked a nation that for the previous 4 years had…
    Falcon Field (Air Museum); Fighter Combat International
    Part of the Series: Arizona Backroads Series
    During WW II Phoenix changed from a farming center into an industrial city with mass production of military supplies, which gave rise to the Williams and Falcon airfields in Mesa. For years, Falcon Field was home to the Champlin Fighter Museum, which contained a large number of planes from WW…
    Dogs (and Wolves)
    Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
    Dogs are one of the most beloved animals in the world; there are over 70 million in the U.S. alone. This program pays tribute to a group of various dogs and dog lovers, while too providing a look at wolves in hope of raising awareness of them to help preserve…
    Exploring the World Series - South and Central America
    "Highly Recommended! This is a colossal series that viewers will want to watch again and again; it is filled with insight, and the appeal of each destination is clearly defined." -CITC Review Filmed entirely on location, featuring world-famous attractions to lesser-known hideaways, various hosts and tour guides in this series…
    Everything Old is New Again
    Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
    The old cliche, "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue," holds true as the theme of this program that takes us on a trip down memory lane. Elaine Hull, a historian with Elitch Gardens, provides the story of its magnificent carousel, which dates back to 1905 and is also…
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    Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
    Ever imagine what the first settlers west of the Mississippi thought when they first saw the Rocky Mountains? In this program, we are introduced to real-life mountaineers who help us re-live those glory days. First we meet a mountain climber, known as "a Colorado 14er," who climbs mountains that are…
    Independence for Fiji
    After 96 years under British rule, in 1970 Fijian independence was restored. In the centre of celebratory events was HRH the Prince of Wales. This film provides a record of the official ceremony on 10 October that saw the handover of the constitutional instruments. It includes the reading of a…
    Turned Towards The Sun - A British WWII Hero
    If the astonishing true-life story of British writer and poet Micky Burn MC had been written as a novel, readers would readily accept it as invented. Born in Mayfair in 1912, his father worked for the Royal family. He became the lover of the communist spy Guy Burgess, and would…
    California's Sierra Valley - Traces of Switzerland in Northern California
    The most famous emigrant with Swiss ties in California was John Sutter, whose arrival helped change the shape of American history, for it was the discovery of gold at his sawmill that launched the California Gold Rush and one of the largest human migrations in history. Sutter's dream of an…