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The Design of Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. has thousands of visitors a year. The beauty of it reflects the spirit of the country. But who has thought of how the city was developed and who was the genius behind it? Join me as we take a fresh look at the capital city.

Andrew Jackson - Indian Hater?
Andrew Jackson has obtained the reputation as one who despised and treated the native tribes of America horribly. Was that really who the man was or does history have a slanted look?

Wyatt Earp - The Shaping of a Legend
Wyatt Earp is an American legend. His fame has led to truth and fiction mixed. What we do know is he was a lawman with slight criminal tendencies.

The Code of Hammurabi
Our legal system can trace much of its roots to a set of laws that were written more than 1700 years before Christ.

The French and Indian War
The French and Indian War was a major factor in shaping America and changing the powers of Europe.

Stonehenge - Mystery and Myth
In England there is one place that has caused controversy, myth, and just plain confusion. Stonehenge is a place that piques our curiosity and taunts our imagination.

Daniel Webster - The Man with the Silver Tongue
Daniel Webster was the man who teased the ears of early Americans and played a major part in shaping America today.

Creation of President's Day
Each February America celebrates President's Day. But do we really know why and some other truths behind it?

Betsy Ross - Standing Tall
Betsy Ross is a legend but as with all legends truth and myth become blurred. Learn a little more about this amazing woman who may or may not have sewn the first flag.

The Importance of Fur Trading in the New World
The expansion of America was not solely due to alliances and creating of colonies. It was spurned by the fur trappers that led to the settlement of the New World.

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