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Explore the people and events that document the American story. On C-SPAN 3 every weekend: 48 hours of .
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Where was the first English in America? Hint - it wasn't in Massachusetts. Watch "American Artifacts: 1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley, Virginia" tonight at 6 & 10pm ET on C-SPAN 3 to find out more.
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in 1978 Peoples Temple founder Jim Jones lead a mass murder-suicide in what is known as the Jonestown Massacre. Photojournalist Frank Johnston talks about entering the compound afterward...
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American History TV Nov 18
TODAY at 11am ET on C-SPAN 3 watch a congressional briefing on the evolution of U.S. refugee and asylum policy during the Cold War. Hosted by .
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American History TV Nov 17
STARTING SOON at 8pm ET on C-SPAN 3 - professor teaches a class about the Salem Witch Trials & the Great Awakening .
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American History TV Nov 17
TONIGHT at 6pm ET on C-SPAN 3 - Caroline Janney of the talks about Veteran Reunions & Monuments at Antietam.
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C-SPAN Cities Tour Nov 16
Join us Sunday at 2 pm ET on (on C-SPAN3) as we explore the birthplace of rock 'n roll, the legendary . It was here that Sam Phillips recorded music by The Man in Black, The Killer and of course, The King.
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American History TV Nov 17
When did first meet in the Capitol building? in 1800. Watch our special on the history of the :
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American History TV Nov 16
"In the 1720s they say, 'We are so far gone, that what we need divine rescue.'" professor teaches a class about the Salem Witch Trials & the Great Awakening. WATCH Saturday at 8pm & midnight ET on C-SPAN 3.
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American History TV Nov 16
55 years ago this November President Kennedy was killed in Dallas. A 1967 CBS news series examined controversies over the Warren Commission Report, including the question "Was there more than one assassin firing in Dealey Plaza?" Watch part 1&2 of the series Sat 10pm & Sun 4pm ET
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American History TV Nov 16
After it airs you can watch it in our free video library here!
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American History TV Nov 16
What stories did 19th-century monuments tell? What got left out as Americans focused on reconciliation? Saturday at 6pm ET on C-SPAN 3, historian Caroline Janney talks about Veteran Reunions & Monuments at Antietam. , hosted at
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American History TV Nov 16
We have Civil War programs on every Saturday night at 6pm on C-SPAN 3. Here's what's coming up this weekend!
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American History TV Nov 16
This Sunday at 2pm ET on American History TV, watch local history programs from .
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American History TV Nov 15
This Sunday on C-SPAN 3 - U.S. Cold War Refugee Policy Here's a preview:
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American History TV Nov 15
in 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt laid the cornerstone for the Jefferson Memorial located in Washington, D.C. Watch programs on both in our video library:
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American History TV Nov 15
Coming soon to American History TV on C-SPAN 3 - symposium on . Air dates posted here once we have it scheduled!
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American History TV Nov 14
"We got hit by lighting right after take off." What a way to start! Spoiler - it turned out ok! in 1969, Apollo 12 launched - the second manned flight to land on the moon. Flight Director Gerald Griffin talked about it in 1999.
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American History TV Nov 13
Today we were at for an "American Artifacts" film shoot. Here's a look behind the scenes of their Battle of Little Bighorn exhibit.
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American History TV Nov 13
in 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated. Sen. John Warner spoke, calling it "one of the most hallowed pieces of ground in America." Watch the full ceremony in the video library:
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American History TV Nov 12
Behind the scenes of a "Lectures in History" taping!
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