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Baylor University professor Thomas Kidd taught a class on the first Great Awakening in the Americas, a period in mid-18th century of Christian revitalization that swept through the colonies. He explained how the Salem witch trials and the decline of Puritanism lead to an era of traveling preachers, such as George Whitefield, and an emphasis on evangelism. Sponsor: Baylor University
Topics: new england, england, edwards, britain, whitefield, france, boston, puritans, salem, franklin,...
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State and city officials discussed South Carolina's Heritage Act and the role of government in selecting and preserving historic sites. The Charleston Forum hosted this event. Sponsor: Charleston Forum
Topics: charleston, calhoun, charlston, mr. calhoun, south carolina, statehouse, middleton, new york city,...
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Public historians talked about what sites are currently being preserved, what sites might be added in the future, and how historians and public officials can work with communities. The Charleston Forum hosted this event. Sponsor: Charleston Forum
Topics: charleston, south carolina, calhoun, morris brown, south carolinian, california, emmanuel,...
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Historians and political scientists looked at how politicians and voters have become increasingly sorted by party ideology, and what it means for American democracy. This program was part of a American Political History Conference hosted by Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Sponsor: Purdue University
Topics: fuller, newt gingrich, obama, bush, vietnam, new york, julia, nicole, george w. bush, gingrich,...
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This promotional film for microwave ovens shows the development of cooking technology culminating in the use of microwave ovens at NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. The ovens first became available to the public in 1967. Sponsor: Litton Industries
Topics: rome, jefferson, kitchen, newburgh, mankind
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President Dwight Eisenhower's grandson, David, talked about Ike's leadership in the military and as president - and about the forces that shaped him. Mr. Eisenhower is the author of "Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961-1969." The Dwight Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Eisenhower (Dwight) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: dwight eisenhower, eisenhower, nato, abilene, gettysburg, normandy, europe, washington, germany,...
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Author Bob Calhoun looked at 170 years of San Francisco's history through the crimes that marked each era. The California Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: California Historical Society
Topics: san francisco, california, michael, deyoung, dan white, dianne feinstein, sydney, sam brandon, jim...
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U.S. Office of War Information newsreel uses film shot by French resistance fighters to tell the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris during World War II. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Topics: harris, california
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People and events that help document the American Story.
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Boise State University professor Lisa Brady talked about how chemical agents were used during the Korean and Vietnam wars to destroy the landscape and infrastructure. She argued that during this time the U.S. military began to see foreign landscapes as an enemy rather than an obstacle. She described the reasons for various defoliation missions as well as the long-term damage to both the environment and the locals. Sponsor: Boise State University | History Department
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Author Bob Calhoun looked at 170 years of San Francisco's history through the crimes that marked each era. The California Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: California Historical Society
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U.S. Office of War Information newsreel uses film shot by French resistance fighters to tell the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris during World War II. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
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Boise State University professor Lisa Brady talked about how chemical agents were used during the Korean and Vietnam wars to destroy the landscape and infrastructure. She argued that during this time the U.S. military began to see foreign landscapes as an enemy rather than an obstacle. She described the reasons for various defoliation missions as well as the long-term damage to both the environment and the locals. Sponsor: Boise State University | History Department
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State and city officials discussed South Carolina's Heritage Act and the role of government in selecting and preserving historic sites. The Charleston Forum hosted this event. Sponsor: Charleston Forum
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Public historians talked about what sites are currently being preserved, what sites might be added in the future, and how historians and public officials can work with communities. The Charleston Forum hosted this event. Sponsor: Charleston Forum
Topics: charleston, south carolina, calhoun, morris brown, south carolinian, california, emmanuel,...
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Historians and political scientists looked at how politicians and voters have become increasingly sorted by party ideology, and what it means for American democracy. This program was part of a American Political History Conference hosted by Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Sponsor: Purdue University
Topics: fuller, newt gingrich, obama, bush, vietnam, new york, julia, nicole, george w. bush, gingrich,...
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This promotional film for microwave ovens shows the development of cooking technology culminating in the use of microwave ovens at NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. The ovens first became available to the public in 1967. Sponsor: Litton Industries
Topics: rome, jefferson, kitchen, newburgh, mankind
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President Dwight Eisenhower's grandson, David, talked about Ike's leadership in the military and as president - and about the forces that shaped him. Mr. Eisenhower is the author of "Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961-1969." The Dwight Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Eisenhower (Dwight) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: dwight eisenhower, eisenhower, nato, abilene, gettysburg, normandy, europe, washington, germany,...
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Author Bob Calhoun looked at 170 years of San Francisco's history through the crimes that marked each era. The California Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: California Historical Society
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U.S. Office of War Information newsreel uses film shot by French resistance fighters to tell the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris during World War II. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
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Boise State University professor Lisa Brady talked about how chemical agents were used during the Korean and Vietnam wars to destroy the landscape and infrastructure. She argued that during this time the U.S. military began to see foreign landscapes as an enemy rather than an obstacle. She described the reasons for various defoliation missions as well as the long-term damage to both the environment and the locals. Sponsor: Boise State University | History Department
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Author Bob Calhoun looked at 170 years of San Francisco's history through the crimes that marked each era. The California Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: California Historical Society
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U.S. Office of War Information newsreel uses film shot by French resistance fighters to tell the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris during World War II. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
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Boise State University professor Lisa Brady talked about how chemical agents were used during the Korean and Vietnam wars to destroy the landscape and infrastructure. She argued that during this time the U.S. military began to see foreign landscapes as an enemy rather than an obstacle. She described the reasons for various defoliation missions as well as the long-term damage to both the environment and the locals. Sponsor: Boise State University | History Department
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Publishing industry news, insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's Book TV. In this episode we talked to Reginald Dwayne Betts, founder of Freedom Reads, an organization that provides books to incarcerated people. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: sophie, new york, louisiana, dwayne betts, reginald, lucille cliffton, maryland
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges reflected on his time teaching at the East Jersey State Prison as part of Rutgers University's degree program. Labyrinth Books in Princeton, New Jersey, hosted this event. Sponsor: Labyrinth Books
Topics: chris, boris, timmy, ron, wilson, trenton, brown, virginia, cohen, russ, jennifer, princeton, james...
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Lisa Forbes detailed her journey from incarceration to creating a program that helps former inmates navigate re-entry into society. Book Bar in Denver, Colorado, hosted this event. Sponsor: Book Bar
Topics: james, lisa forbes, chicago, colorado, james bankston, toni morrison, athena
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
Topics: new york, obama, donald trump, biden, pennsylvania, barack obama, hillary clinton, bernie sanders,...
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald discussed his latest book, "Securing Democracy," about press freedom in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro. Mr. Greenwald has lived in Brazil since 2005. He also talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: brazil, russia, glenn greenwald, hong kong, louisville, greenwald, new york, obama, latin america,...
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Author, talk show host, and columnist Larry Elder joined Book TV to talk and take calls about political correctness, the Left, and racial politics in the United States. He is the author "Ten Things You Can't Say in America" and other books. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, larry, california, gavin newsom, obama, barack obama, philadelphia, cleveland, texas,...
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Author, talk show host, and columnist Larry Elder joined Book TV to talk and take calls about political correctness, the Left, and racial politics in the United States. He is the author "Ten Things You Can't Say in America" and other books. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, larry, california, gavin newsom, obama, barack obama, philadelphia, cleveland, texas,...
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Stuart Mackintosh, executive director of Group of Thirty, discussed the economics of climate change policy. This virtual event was provided by the Foreign Policy Association in New York City. Sponsor: Foreign Policy Association
Topics: henry, europe, paris, scotland, u.n., mark carney, stuart, london, highland, virginia, ipcc,...
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Will the U.S. face a shift in its majority minority demographics? George Mason University professor Justin Gest looked at six countries that experienced changing demographics in the past and how each responded. He was interviewed by Pew Research Center's Mark Hugo Lopez. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: singapore, hawaii, justin, malaysia, california, bahrain, southeast asia, trinidad, tobago, new...
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Universityof Pennsylvania law and sociology professor Dorothy Roberts offered her thoughts on why the child welfare system in the U.S. should be abolished. The Free Library of Philadelphia hosted this event. Sponsor: Free Library of Philadelphia
Topics: philadelphia, pennsylvania, new york, washington, vanessa
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Filmmaker Michael Pack, who served as CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media under President Donald Trump, talked about his book "Created Equal," about the life and career of Justice Clarence Thomas. The book is based on dozens of hours of interviews with Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: jenny, georgia, savannah, massachusetts
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Former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos talked about her time in the Trump administration and offered her thoughts on education reform. This event was hosted by Manhattan Institute and National Review Institute in New York City. Sponsor: Manhattan Institute for Policy Research,National Review Institute
Topics: michigan, betsy, devos, new york, florida, dan seymour, manhattan, betsy devos, dan, new york city,...
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Publishing industry news, insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's Book TV. In this episode we talked to Reginald Dwayne Betts, founder of Freedom Reads, an organization that provides books to incarcerated people. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: sophie, new york, louisiana, dwayne betts, reginald, lucille cliffton, maryland
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges reflected on his time teaching at the East Jersey State Prison as part of Rutgers University's degree program. Labyrinth Books in Princeton, New Jersey, hosted this event. Sponsor: Labyrinth Books
Topics: chris, boris, timmy, ron, wilson, trenton, brown, virginia, cohen, russ, jennifer, princeton, james...
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Lisa Forbes detailed her journey from incarceration to creating a program that helps former inmates navigate re-entry into society. Book Bar in Denver, Colorado, hosted this event. Sponsor: Book Bar
Topics: james, lisa forbes, chicago, colorado, james bankston, toni morrison, athena
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald discussed his latest book, "Securing Democracy," about press freedom in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro. Mr. Greenwald has lived in Brazil since 2005. He also talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: brazil, russia, glenn greenwald, hong kong, louisville, greenwald, new york, obama, latin america,...
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Author, talk show host, and columnist Larry Elder joined Book TV to talk and take calls about political correctness, the Left, and racial politics in the United States. He is the author "Ten Things You Can't Say in America" and other books. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
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Author, talk show host, and columnist Larry Elder joined Book TV to talk and take calls about political correctness, the Left, and racial politics in the United States. He is the author "Ten Things You Can't Say in America" and other books. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, larry, california, gavin newsom, obama, barack obama, philadelphia, cleveland, texas,...
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Stuart Mackintosh, executive director of Group of Thirty, discussed the economics of climate change policy. This virtual event was provided by the Foreign Policy Association in New York City. Sponsor: Foreign Policy Association
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Will the U.S. face a shift in its majority minority demographics? George Mason University professor Justin Gest looked at six countries that experienced changing demographics in the past and how each responded. He was interviewed by Pew Research Center's Mark Hugo Lopez. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
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Universityof Pennsylvania law and sociology professor Dorothy Roberts offered her thoughts on why the child welfare system in the U.S. should be abolished. The Free Library of Philadelphia hosted this event. Sponsor: Free Library of Philadelphia
Topics: philadelphia, pennsylvania, new york, vanessa
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Former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos talked about her time in the Trump administration and offered her thoughts on education reform. This event was hosted by Manhattan Institute and National Review Institute in New York City. Sponsor: Manhattan Institute for Policy Research,National Review Institute
Topics: michigan, betsy, devos, new york, florida, dan seymour, manhattan, betsy devos, dan, new york city,...
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Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
Topics: reagan, eisenhower, johnson, washington, gorbachev, julia, powell, bret baier, ulysses s. grant,...
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute director Peter Carmichael talked about the Petersburg Campaign and the 1864 Hicksford Raid which took place on December 7, 1864, when Union Major General Govereur Warren tried to destroy one of the Petersburg Railroad lines. This program was part of the annual Pamplin Historical Park Civil War Symposium. Sponsor: Pamplin Historical Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
Topics: sussex, warren, gettysburg, peter carmichael, virginia, petersburg, mcallister, pennsylvania,...
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The National Park Service and United States Military Academy West Point marked the bicentennial of Ulysses Grant's 1822 birth in a ceremony held at his New York City tomb. The ceremony included remarks from Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley, a Grant descendant and a Grant biographer. Sponsor: National Park Service,U.S. Military Academy
Topics: julia, colorado, ulysses, ulysses s grant, jared polis, united states of america, washington,...
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The Grant Monument Association hosted a dinner commemorating the bicentennial of the 1822 birth of President Ulysses Grant. Featured speakers were retired U.S. Army General David Petraeus and Grant biographers Ronald Chernow and Ronald White. General Petraeus interviewed the two historians. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: washington, abraham lincoln, gettysburg, twain, mark twain, ron white, sherman, petraeus, frank,...
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To mark the 200th anniversary of Ulysses Grant's birth, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society commemorated his life at a Capitol Hill ceremony. Among those who spoke at the landmark Grant equestrian statue are Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) and Grant biographer Ronald White. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol Historical Society
Topics: ron white, washington, lincoln, grant, missouri, brown, whitehaven, mr. blanton, brett blanton,...
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Texas Christian University professor Steven Woodworth taught a class about life on the home front and battles fought in Virginia during the Civil War. He focused on the 1864 Overland Campaign which culminated in the siege of Petersburg and pitted Union General Ulysses Grant against Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Sponsor: Texas Christian University
Topics: virginia, richmond, sheridan, potomac, spotsylvania, alexandria, petersburg, mississippi,...
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Bret Baier, Fox News anchor, recounted the life of Civil War general and U.S. president Ulysses Grant. Mr. Baier argued that Grant's presidency has been underrated. Mr. Baier detailed Grant's support of the 14th and 15th amendments as well as his efforts to return to Lincoln's vision of peace after the Civil War. This program was hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute
Topics: reagan, eisenhower, johnson, washington, gorbachev, julia, powell, bret baier, ulysses s. grant,...
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute director Peter Carmichael talked about the Petersburg Campaign and the 1864 Hicksford Raid which took place on December 7, 1864, when Union Major General Govereur Warren tried to destroy one of the Petersburg Railroad lines. This program was part of the annual Pamplin Historical Park Civil War Symposium. Sponsor: Pamplin Historical Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
Topics: sussex, warren, gettysburg, peter carmichael, virginia, petersburg, mcallister, pennsylvania,...
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The National Park Service and United States Military Academy West Point marked the bicentennial of Ulysses Grant's 1822 birth in a ceremony held at his New York City tomb. The ceremony included remarks from Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley, a Grant descendant and a Grant biographer. Sponsor: National Park Service,U.S. Military Academy
Topics: julia, colorado, ulysses, ulysses s grant, jared polis, united states of america, washington,...
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The Grant Monument Association hosted a dinner commemorating the bicentennial of the 1822 birth of President Ulysses Grant. Featured speakers were retired U.S. Army General David Petraeus and Grant biographers Ronald Chernow and Ronald White. General Petraeus interviewed the two historians. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: washington, abraham lincoln, gettysburg, twain, mark twain, ron white, sherman, julia, petraeus,...
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To mark the 200th anniversary of Ulysses Grant's birth, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society commemorated his life at a Capitol Hill ceremony. Among those who spoke at the landmark Grant equestrian statue are Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) and Grant biographer Ronald White. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol Historical Society
Topics: ron white, washington, lincoln, grant, missouri, brown, whitehaven, mr. blanton, brett blanton,...
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Texas Christian University professor Steven Woodworth taught a class about life on the home front and battles fought in Virginia during the Civil War. He focused on the 1864 Overland Campaign which culminated in the siege of Petersburg and pitted Union General Ulysses Grant against Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Sponsor: Texas Christian University
Topics: virginia, richmond, sheridan, potomac, spotsylvania, alexandria, petersburg, mississippi,...
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Bret Baier, Fox News anchor, recounted the life of Civil War general and U.S. president Ulysses Grant. Mr. Baier argued that Grant's presidency has been underrated. Mr. Baier detailed Grant's support of the 14th and 15th amendments as well as his efforts to return to Lincoln's vision of peace after the Civil War. This program was hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute
Topics: reagan, eisenhower, johnson, washington, gorbachev, julia, new jersey, powell, brett, ulysses s....
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute director Peter Carmichael talked about the Petersburg Campaign and the 1864 Hicksford Raid which took place on December 7, 1864, when Union Major General Govereur Warren tried to destroy one of the Petersburg Railroad lines. This program was part of the annual Pamplin Historical Park Civil War Symposium. Sponsor: Pamplin Historical Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
Topics: warren, sussex, virginia, mcalister, peter carmichael, gettysburg, petersburg, meade, pennsylvania,...
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The National Park Service and United States Military Academy West Point marked the bicentennial of Ulysses Grant's 1822 birth in a ceremony held at his New York City tomb. The ceremony included remarks from Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley, a Grant descendant and a Grant biographer. Sponsor: National Park Service,U.S. Military Academy
Topics: colorado, julia, ulysses s grant, new york, jared polis, washington, frank scaturro, diana,...
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The Grant Monument Association hosted a dinner commemorating the bicentennial of the 1822 birth of President Ulysses Grant. Featured speakers were retired U.S. Army General David Petraeus and Grant biographers Ronald Chernow and Ronald White. General Petraeus interviewed the two historians. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: ron white, mark twain, washington, gettysburg, abraham lincoln, twain, petraeus, frederick...
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To mark the 200th anniversary of Ulysses Grant's birth, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society commemorated his life at a Capitol Hill ceremony. Among those who spoke at the landmark Grant equestrian statue are Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) and Grant biographer Ronald White. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol Historical Society
Topics: ron white, grant, washington, lincoln, whitehaven, missouri, theodore roosevelt, ohio, brown, bobby...
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Texas Christian University professor Steven Woodworth taught a class about life on the home front and battles fought in Virginia during the Civil War. He focused on the 1864 Overland Campaign which culminated in the siege of Petersburg and pitted Union General Ulysses Grant against Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Sponsor: Texas Christian University
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Bret Baier, Fox News anchor, recounted the life of Civil War general and U.S. president Ulysses Grant. Mr. Baier argued that Grant's presidency has been underrated. Mr. Baier detailed Grant's support of the 14th and 15th amendments as well as his efforts to return to Lincoln's vision of peace after the Civil War. This program was hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute
Topics: reagan, eisenhower, johnson, washington, brett, gorbachev, julia, powell, john, twain, galina,...
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute director Peter Carmichael talked about the Petersburg Campaign and the 1864 Hicksford Raid which took place on December 7, 1864, when Union Major General Govereur Warren tried to destroy one of the Petersburg Railroad lines. This program was part of the annual Pamplin Historical Park Civil War Symposium. Sponsor: Pamplin Historical Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
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The National Park Service and United States Military Academy West Point marked the bicentennial of Ulysses Grant's 1822 birth in a ceremony held at his New York City tomb. The ceremony included remarks from Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley, a Grant descendant and a Grant biographer. Sponsor: National Park Service,U.S. Military Academy
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The Grant Monument Association hosted a dinner commemorating the bicentennial of the 1822 birth of President Ulysses Grant. Featured speakers were retired U.S. Army General David Petraeus and Grant biographers Ronald Chernow and Ronald White. General Petraeus interviewed the two historians. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
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To mark the 200th anniversary of Ulysses Grant's birth, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society commemorated his life at a Capitol Hill ceremony. Among those who spoke at the landmark Grant equestrian statue are Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) and Grant biographer Ronald White. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol Historical Society
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Texas Christian University professor Steven Woodworth taught a class about life on the home front and battles fought in Virginia during the Civil War. He focused on the 1864 Overland Campaign which culminated in the siege of Petersburg and pitted Union General Ulysses Grant against Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Sponsor: Texas Christian University
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Stony Brook University president Maurie McInnis taught a class about the slave trade in Richmond, Virginia, and enslaved labor at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Stony Brook University is located on Long Island, New York. Sponsor: State University of New York, Stony Brook
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Vanderbilt University professor Kevin Murphy explored the architectural influences of several southern presidential homes, including those of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson. This program was hosted by Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. Sponsor: Hermitage, The (Nashville, TN)
Topics: jefferson, washington, virginia, monticello, vernon, france, murphy, lafayette, palladio, andrew...
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Andrew O'Shaughnessy, Vice President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, talked about Jefferson's post-politics life, including his vision for what became the University of Virginia. This virtual program was hosted by the National Archives. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
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Suffolk University professor Kathryn Lasdow taught a class on politics and culture in the United States from 1800 through the 1830s. She described how the country changed during the period between the presidency of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson. Sponsor: Suffolk University
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