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Who Was Sacagawea? | History In A Nutshell
Who Was Sacagawea? | History In A Nutshell

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Note for educators regarding Sacagawea: According to scholars, the pronunciation of Sacagawea as Sak-a-JA-wee-ah is incorrect. The more historically correct way to pronounce her name is with a hard G-...
Who Was Watkuweis? | History In A Nutshell
Who Was Watkuweis? | History In A Nutshell

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In September 1805, the starving, freezing and exhausted members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition had survived the brutal crossing of the Bitterroot Mountains. Upon arrival on the other side, the...
Talking Black in America: Roots

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EXPIRES: 9/30/2025 “Talking Black in America: Roots” is the third program in a series of television documentaries exploring dimensions of African American language and culture and their formative...
"Onward, 54th!" | Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie
Episode 4

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Episode 4 focuses on the attempts of the North to take back Fort Sumter and hopefully bring the war to an end. This episode illustrates the struggles of African American soldiers who fought bravely on...
Welcome to Fort Sumter | Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie
Episode 1

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This episode introduces the student to the social history of South Carolina, the rise of Charleston as an important shipping center, and the building of the fort where the Civil War began. It further...