Antietam Visit DVD

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In Antietam Visit we learn about the bloodiest single day of the Civil War through Abraham Lincoln's eyes. Dramatic battle recreations, historical photographs, music, and period clothing appear throughout.Running time: 26 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include John Brown's Raid: To Do Battle in the Land, Back to Harpers Ferry, and Springfield Armory.

Back to Harpers Ferry DVD

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Back to Harpers Ferry reveals through re-enactment and still photographs the historical events in a 19th century river town. Thomas Jefferson, John Brown, the U.S. Armory, railroads and canals are all part of this story. Ravaged by war and floods, Harpers Ferry survives today as a special place that honors its past.Running time: 16 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include John Brown's Raid: To Do Battle in the Land, Antietam Visit, and Springfield Armory.

Canyon Voices DVD

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Today's Navajo Indians who live and farm in Canyon De Chelly National Monument in Arizona tell of the preservation of their ancient culture, relating their spiritual and ceremonial ties to the canyon. The camera moves along sheer red cliffs revealing photographs on canyon walls as this thought-filled story is told. Shown performing many traditional actives, the Navajos share their music and way of life with the viewerRunning time: 21 minutes. This DVD also includes the Navajo version of Canyon Voices.

Childhood Place DVD

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This film tells the story of George Washington's birthplace, Pope's Creek, Virginia. Seasonal activities and daily tasks on a working 18th century plantation are recreated and described as Washington might have remembered them as a young boy.Running time: 13 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include The Defense of Fort McHenry, This is Frederica, and Hopewell Furnace.

Civil War Artillery DVD

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Civil War Artillery includes two film selections: Firing the Napoleon details how a trained artillery crew services the Napoleon, one of the principal cannons used by both sides during the Civil War. Petersburg Cannon Firing shows soldiers in period costume demonstrating how a mounted artillery unit moved, set up, and the firing of a cannon. Also, an additional Revolutionary War period weapons demonstration is shown.Running time: 16 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include To Keep Our Liberty, George Washington's Headquarters, A Few Men Well Conducted, Guilford Letters, and Siege of Yorktown.

Hopewell Furnace DVD

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To Do Battle in the Land, narrated by Ossie Davis, documents the John Brown Raid on the U.S. Armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia in 1859. John Brown's actions and speeches are viewed in light of their effect on a county on the brink of conflict.Running time: 27 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include Back to Harpers Ferry, Antietam Visit, and Springfield Armory.

Maxidiwiac DVD

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This is a moving account of the life of Buffalo-Bird Woman from the Hidatsa tribe. Born in the Knife River village, her story was recorded in the anthropological notes of Gilbert Wilson while he lived with the Hidatsa, Mandan and Arikara in the early 1900s.Running time: 14 minutes. The bonus film TR Country is included on this DVD.

Siege of Yorktown DVD

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In this video, visit Yorktown, Virginia, scene of the culminating battle of the American Revolution. Relive the dramatic events leading to the capture of General Charles Lord Cornwallis and the British defeat in the autumn of 1781.Running time: 16 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include To Keep Our Liberty, George Washington's Headquarters, A Few Men Well Conducted, Guilford Letters, and Civil War Artillery.

Springfield Armory DVD

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The 174-year history of weapons manufacture is told in "Springfield Armory". Craftsmen in clothing of the period are shown in actual stages of production including shaping the gunstock on the Blanchard lathe.The production of weapons at the Springfield Armory was very similar to the activities at the Harpers Ferry Armory.Running time: 18 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include John Brown's Raid: To Do Battle in the Land, Antietam Visit, and Back to Harpers Ferry.

This is Frederica DVD

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This is Frederica is a costumed drama filmed on location at Fort Frederica, an early British colony on St. Simon's Island, Georgia. Recalling the fort's importance as a buffer against Spanish expansion from the south, this film is accurate in every account based on incidents taken from diaries and town records.Running time: 25 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include Hopewell Furnace, The Defense of Fort McHenry, and A Childhood Place.

TR Country DVD

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Theodore Roosevelt will long be remembered as one of America's first champions of preservation. Many of his conservation thoughts were formulated during his stay in the Badlands of North Dakota. Vividly portrayed are the desert and valleys, ravines and plateaus, prairies and rolling hills. Scattered band of buffalo, white tailed deer, prairie dogs, and big-horned sheep are captured in magnificent photography.Running time: 14 minutes. The bonus film on this DVD is Maxidiwiac, the moving account of Buffalo-Bird woman from the Hidatsa tribe.
A Treasure in the Sea reveals the cultural and natural history of five incredible islands(Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara) off the coast of California that make up Channel Islands National Park. Striking footage includes kelp forest and tide pool scenes, as well as the largest seal and sea lion rookeries in the world.Running time: 24 minutes. Bonus films on this DVD include Gulf Islands: Beaches, Bays, Sounds and Bayous, A Very Special Place: Assateague Island and Something Special: Point Reyes National Seashore.