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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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1881 was a year of three Presidents. in 1881, Chester Arthur was inaugurated, following the death of James Garfield, who had served since March of that year. More on Arthur:
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American History TV Sep 19
Avast there ye history lubbers, it be so we bring you a clip from the treasure chest of our video library on Jean Lafitte. From our visit to Louisiana.
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Howard Mortman Sep 18
40 years ago today: Pres. Jimmy Carter addresses Congress on ...Sadat and Begin in the gallery..."A Framework for Peace" USIA film via Saturday 10pm & Sunday 4pm on C-SPAN3 cc:
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American History TV Sep 18
I mean who doesn't have a ? on the road checking out in .
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American History TV Sep 18
in 1793 the United States cornerstone was ceremonially laid by President George Washington. has a documentary series on the , art, and architecture of the ? Watch here:
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American History TV Sep 17
40 years ago, in 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat & Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Journalist Darryl Heikes talked about taking an iconic photo of the moment...
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American History TV Sep 17
And once you've read your free pocket version check out the 250+ programs we have on the & in our video library!
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American History TV Sep 17
Indeed, but we actually already did a documentary on the Capitol. See the different segments here:
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American History TV Sep 17
Happy ! Do you know how the changed across different drafts? We toured with to find out!
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American History TV Sep 16
TONIGHT on American Artifacts - AHTV goes overseas! We traveled to Northeastern France with historian Mitchell Yockelson to visit villages, monuments & the American cemetery related to the Battle of Saint-Mihiel. WATCH at 6pm ET on C-SPAN 3.
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C-SPAN Cities Tour Sep 16
Visit , Louisiana at 2pm ET today on C-SPAN3 . Local historians share stories about , the area's petrochemical manufacturing, and pirate/privateer Jean Lafitte. You'll also see the world's largest Mardi Gras costume collection!
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American History TV Sep 16
in 1940 President signed the Selective Service and Training Act, the first peacetime conscription in United States history.
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American History TV Sep 15
Starting soon at 6pm ET on C-SPAN 3 - The Civil War: Battle of Antietam, Lincoln & Emancipation
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American History TV Sep 15
"You can't go down there and talk about being a welfare mother." - Lynn Woolsey, former U.S. Rep for CA, 1993-2013. WATCH this Oral History on Sunday at 10 ET on C-SPAN 3.
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American History TV Sep 15
55 years ago , 4 African American girls were killed after members of the Klu Klux Klan bombed the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
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American History TV Sep 15
TONIGHT on Lectures in History, professor David Raney teaches a class about Civil War-era aid societies that supported Union troops. WATCH Sat. 8pm & midnight ET on C-SPAN 3.
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American History TV Sep 14
August 16, 1861, "The President is an idiot." - General George McClellan. Watch "The Civil War" every Saturday night at 6pm ET on C-SPAN 3.
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American History TV Sep 14
in 1986, President & first lady made a rare joint address from the West Hall of the residence. They spoke about drug abuse.
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C-SPAN Cities Tour Sep 12
Visit with a #360 view of the tight spaces on board this post era Gearing-class destroyer us...
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