C-SPAN Schedule

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5:00 am MT Approx. 6 min. LIVE Gender Gap Linda Feldmann; Susan Swain Linda Feldman was interviewed by phone about her Christian Science Monitor article, ... Linda Feldman was interviewed by phone about her Christian Science Monitor article, “Gender Gap Daunting for GOP: Why Women’s Vote is Key.” Recent polls are showing President Obama with a significant lead over probable Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney among women voters. 4:50 am MT Approx. 29 min. After Words with Maggie Anderson Maggie Anderson; Krissah Thompson In Our Black Year: One Family’s Quest to Buy Black in America’s Racially Divided ... In Our Black Year: One Family’s Quest to Buy Black in America’s Racially Divided Economy, Maggie Anderson wrote about the year her family spent engaged in the economic experiment of buying exclusively from African-American owned business - and how difficult that was to do in her home area of Chicago. She discussed the importance of what she calls “conscious consumerism” with Washington Post reporter Krissah Thompson. 4:57 am MT Approx. 28 min. 1965 Vietnam Documentary The Big Picture was a documentary series produced by the Defense Department that aired on ... The Big Picture was a documentary series produced by the Defense Department that aired on ABC Television from 1951 through 1975. The series focused on battles and figures in U.S. military history. This film features President Lyndon B. Johnson outlining U.S. policy in Vietnam.
5:06 am MT Approx. 41 min. LIVE Open Phones Susan Swain Telephone lines were open for women to comment on Republican presidential candidate Mitt ... Telephone lines were open for women to comment on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Recent polls are showing President Obama with a significant lead over probable Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney among women voters. 5:52 am MT Approx. 26 min. After Words with Jack Abramoff Jack Abramoff; Eliza Carney Once the most influential lobbyist in Washington, Jack Abramoff presents an inside look at the ... Once the most influential lobbyist in Washington, Jack Abramoff presents an inside look at the lobbying industry and the power it has on Capitol Hill. He discussed his insights with Eliza Newlin Carney, staff writer for CQ and Roll Call, covering lobbying and influence. 5:28 am MT Approx. 51 min. George Forrest Oral History Interview George Forrest; Richard Verrone Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army ... Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army of Vietnam, the Vietnam Archive interviewed veterans from the Battles of the Ia Drang Valley. It was after these battles - waged in November 1965 - that North Vietnamese forces began engaging in guerrilla warfare. 
Up next - and airing for the first time on television - excerpts from one of those oral histories. We’ll hear from Lieutenant Colonel George Forrest who was the commanding officer in the 1st battalion, 5th cavalry which came in to support the 7th cavalry after the third day of the battle. 
This is 50 minutes.
5:49 am MT Approx. 46 min. LIVE Republican Presidential Nominee Race Mike Allen; Susan Swain; Evan Thomas Mike Allen and Evan Thomas talked about their new book on the race for the 2012 Republican ... Mike Allen and Evan Thomas talked about their new book on the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Inside the Circus: Romney, Santorum and the GOP Race. They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Mike Allen participated from New York City.
6:21 am MT Approx. 58 min. After Words with Chris Matthews Sam Donaldson; Chris Matthews Chris Matthews presents a portrait of President Kennedy rarely seen in a biography, based on ... Chris Matthews presents a portrait of President Kennedy rarely seen in a biography, based on personal interviews with those who knew him, records from his school years, and published interviews with former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. He discussed his discoveries with veteran journalist Sam Donaldson. 6:23 am MT Approx. 57 min. Bill Beck Oral History Interview William Beck; Richard Verrone Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army ... Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army of Vietnam, the Vietnam Archive at Texas Tech University in Lubbock interviewed veterans from the Battles of the Ia Drang Valley. 
It was after these battles - waged in November 1965 - that North Vietnamese forces began engaging in guerilla warfare.
The Americans - outnumbered by the North Vietnamese Army - prevailed, but it was at a heavy cost. Bill Beck was an assistant machine gunner whose actions at a clearing called Landing Zone X-Ray earned him a Silver Star. In this hour-long interview - airing for the first time on television -- Beck recalls a routine mission on a beautiful Sunday afternoon that turned into a life and death struggle.
6:39 am MT Approx. 40 min. LIVE Student Debt Mark Kantrowitz; Susan Swain Mark Kantrowitz talked about the scope of student debt in the United States, impact on the overall ... Mark Kantrowitz talked about the scope of student debt in the United States, impact on the overall U.S. economy, and financial resources available for prospective students. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Mr. Kantrowitz participated from Pittsburgh.
7:20 am MT Approx. 41 min. Operations in Afghanistan Chris Toner Army Commander Chris Toner talked about his experiences overseeing U.S. efforts in Afghanistan, ... Army Commander Chris Toner talked about his experiences overseeing U.S. efforts in Afghanistan, from where he recently returned following a 12-month combat tour. Topics included Afghanistan after U.S. forces withdraw, the influence of the Haqqani network, and Pakistan. 
Due to audio problems this program includes only the audience question and answer portion of the event.
7:22 am MT Approx. 42 min. Medical Products and Food Safety Professor Jim Riviere and other authors of an Institute of Medicine report on food and drug import ... Professor Jim Riviere and other authors of an Institute of Medicine report on food and drug import safety outlined their findings. Among the topics they addressed were the safety of imported food and drugs, international cooperation on inspections, and developing incentive programs for food and drug safety. They also specifically talked about the dangers of the counterfeit version of the cancer drug Avastin. They responded to questions from the audience.
7:20 am MT Approx. 4 min. Noah Fatsi StudentCam Interview Noah Fatsi; Tiffany Rocque Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin ... Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin Schwartz and Mitchell Powers. The film was one of the high school third prize-winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
8:03 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. LIVE Global Nuclear Security Foreign policy and nuclear proliferation specialists talked about the nuclear threats the U.S. ... Foreign policy and nuclear proliferation specialists talked about the nuclear threats the U.S. faces around the world. Topics included the recent nuclear summit in Seoul, South Korea and Obama administration efforts. Robert Gallucci said the U.S. is on “borrowed time” in describing the various ways terrorists can get access to enough fissile material to make a nuclear device. 8:05 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 30 min. LIVE Afghanistan Security and Neighboring Countries Panelists talked about the 2014 security transition in Afghanistan, and the role of neighboring ... Panelists talked about the 2014 security transition in Afghanistan, and the role of neighboring countries Pakistan and Iran.
7:24 am MT Approx. 41 min. LIVE Bullying in Schools Catherine Bradshaw; Jack Buckley; Susan Swain Jack Buckley and Catherine Bradshaw talked about bullying in schools, and they responded to ... Jack Buckley and Catherine Bradshaw talked about bullying in schools, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included definitions of bullying, traditional forms of bullying and cyber bullying, and proposals to remedy the problem in schools and at the legislative level.
This program is part of C-SPAN’s regular Friday “America by the Numbers” series.
9:12 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. Gas Prices and Speculation The House Democratic Steering Committee heard testimony on the impact of Wall Street speculators ... The House Democratic Steering Committee heard testimony on the impact of Wall Street speculators on gas prices. Among the topics they addressed were production capacity in the U.S., the affect of speculation in oil markets, and the impact of geopolitical unrest. 9:36 am MT Approx. 2 hr. 5 min. National Security Symposium, Opening Session General David Petraeus, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, and Michael O’Hanlon spoke at the ... General David Petraeus, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, and Michael O’Hanlon spoke at the Reserve Officers Association Symposium. They talked about meeting national security challenges in a tight budget environment and what the future held for both the CIA and NASA.
8:08 am MT Approx. 2 hr. 1 min. LIVE U.S. Trade Agenda Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in ... Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and elsewhere. Several speakers were critical of the Obama administration, saying it lacks a comprehensive trade policy. Topics included recently announced high-level trade talks between the U.S. and Europe, China’s fiscal policy and its effects on neighboring countries and international economics, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). TPP is a multi-lateral free-trade agreement, originally signed by Brunei, Singapore, New Zealand and Chile in 2005. 10:45 am MT Approx. 8 min. Right to Bear Arms Noah Fatsi; Mitchell Powers; Benjamin Schwartz Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of ... Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of the third prize high school winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
11:43 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Ballot Measures Affecting Women Panelists talked about ballot measures across the country that affect women. Among the topics ... Panelists talked about ballot measures across the country that affect women. Among the topics addressed were reproductive rights, sexual orientation issues, and labor issues specific to women. They responded to questions from the audience.
The program contains language that some may find objectionable.
10:10 am MT Approx. 21 min. Presidential Remarks on Women and the Economy Barack Obama President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for ... President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for women. He talked about the women in his life, including his mother and grandmother and their experiences in the workplace. He also discussed his administration’s efforts to help create economic security for women, and the latest unemployment statics. 10:56 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 41 min. Attentive Driving Forum Following opening remarks from Deborah Hersman, panelists talked about the types of distractions ... Following opening remarks from Deborah Hersman, panelists talked about the types of distractions inside cars and their effect on drivers. 12:47 pm MT Approx. 2 hr. 14 min. Federal Trade Commission Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Federal Trade Commission executives testified on their fiscal year 2013 budget request. Federal Trade Commission executives testified on their fiscal year 2013 budget request.
10:35 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 43 min. Iran Sanctions and Military Confrontation Panelists debated U.S. foreign policy toward Iran, Iran’s nuclear program, and the prospects ... Panelists debated U.S. foreign policy toward Iran, Iran’s nuclear program, and the prospects of military confrontation. 12:42 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 27 min. Distracted Driving Laws and Enforcement Local law enforcement officials from around the country talked about problems with distracted ... Local law enforcement officials from around the country talked about problems with distracted driving in their areas. Topics included current state laws and accident statistics, and the difficulties in completely banning phone use while driving. 3:03 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 6 min. Washington Classroom with Frank Newport Frank Newport; Steven Scully Frank Newport talked about polls and polling during presidential election campaigns. Frank Newport talked about polls and polling during presidential election campaigns.
12:23 pm MT Approx. 8 min. Right to Bear Arms Noah Fatsi; Mitchell Powers; Benjamin Schwartz Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of ... Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of the third prize high school winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
2:12 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. Distracted Driving Attitudes and Behavior Panelists talked about changing attitudes toward distracted driving. The speakers linked link ... Panelists talked about changing attitudes toward distracted driving. The speakers linked link past attitudes toward seatbelt use or drunk driving to distracted driving. Topics included teens' use of cell phones and what the business community is doing to combat the problem. 
1:30 pm - PANEL 3: Attentive Driving: Changing Attitudes and Behaviors
Safety Culture and State DOT Efforts Jacob Nelson, American Automobile Association Young Drivers as a Special Population Daniel McGehee, PhD, Center for Policy, University of Iowa Corporate Safety Management Systems David Teater, National Safety Council Government Efforts at Distracted Driving Jeffery Michael, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
4:12 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 47 min. Importance of Public Service Former President Bill Clinton moderated a discussion with activists who talk about their service ... Former President Bill Clinton moderated a discussion with activists who talk about their service activities and what motivates them in trying to make a difference. Speakers included recording artist Usher; former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright who spoke about her efforts in a post-governmental role; and others who co-founded their own organizations to help people living in underdeveloped countries. Usher led the audience in singing “The Greatest Love of All.”
12:32 pm MT Approx. 45 min. Republican Presidential Nominee Race Mike Allen; Susan Swain; Evan Thomas Mike Allen and Evan Thomas talked about their new book on the race for the 2012 Republican ... Mike Allen and Evan Thomas talked about their new book on the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Inside the Circus: Romney, Santorum and the GOP Race. They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Mike Allen participated from New York City.
3:45 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 27 min. Distracted Driving Technology NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
Attentive Driving - Countermeasures for Distraction ...
NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
Attentive Driving - Countermeasures for Distraction Forum
NTSB Board of Inquiry
Deborah A.P. Hersman, Chairman Christopher A. Hart, Vice Chairman Member Robert L. Sumwalt Member Earl F. Weener, PhD Member Mark Rosekind, PhD
8:30 am - Welcome and Opening Remarks Deborah A. P. Hersman, Chairman
8:40 am - PANEL 1: Attention to Non-Driving Tasks
The Risk of Distracted Driving Jeff Caird, PhD, University of Calgary Categories of Distraction Donald Fisher, PhD, University of Massachusetts Measuring Prevention and Mitigation Strategies John Lee, PhD, University of Wisconsin Research Limitations for Distracted Driving Anne McCartt, PhD, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
10:30-:11:30 am - PANEL 2: Distracted Driving Laws and Enforcement
Creating Effective State Laws State Senator (OR) Bruce Starr, Vice President, NCSL State Enforcement Campaigns Christopher Murphy, Immediate Past Chairman, GHSA Challenges to Enforcement Sergeant Jerry Oberdorf, Pennsylvania State Police High-Visibility Enforcement Efforts Neil Chaudhary, PhD, Preusser Research Group Prosecuting Distracted Drivers Tim Barker, York County Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Office
12-12:45p Press Briefing
Deborah A. P. Hersman, NTSB Chairman
Jordin Sparks, an American Idol winner and strong advocate to end distracted driving,
Andy Pilgrim, a champion race car driver and teen driving advocate
1:30 pm - PANEL 3: Attentive Driving: Changing Attitudes and Behaviors
Safety Culture and State DOT Efforts Jacob Nelson, American Automobile Association Young Drivers as a Special Population Daniel McGehee, PhD, Center for Policy, University of Iowa Corporate Safety Management Systems David Teater, National Safety Council Government Efforts at Distracted Driving Jeffery Michael, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
3:15 pm - PANEL 4: Technology and Design Countermeasures
Voluntary Interface Design Guidelines John Maddox, National Highway Traffic Safety
5:59 pm MT Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
1:21 pm MT Approx. 4 min. Noah Fatsi StudentCam Interview Noah Fatsi; Tiffany Rocque Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin ... Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin Schwartz and Mitchell Powers. The film was one of the high school third prize-winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
5:12 pm MT Approx. 4 min. Noah Fatsi StudentCam Interview Noah Fatsi; Tiffany Rocque Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin ... Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin Schwartz and Mitchell Powers. The film was one of the high school third prize-winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
6:25 pm MT Approx. 5 min. Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office Preview Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the ... Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the American Red Cross, lived in a Washington, DC boarding house.  She employed twelve clerks on the third floor in her “Missing Soldiers Office,” where they received over 60,000 letters from families searching for lost sons and husbands.
In 1996, Richard Lyons, a carpenter for the General Services Administration was helping to prepare the building for demolition when he discovered an original office sign in the attic. 
American History TV visited the building on seventh street to learn about the Missing Soldiers Office, and to hear the story of Richard Lyons, who worked alone for months to save the building from demolition.
Also appearing in this program is historian Susan Rosenvold, superintendent of Clara Barton’s Missing Soldier’s Office.
1:26 pm MT Approx. 2 hr. 4 min. Middle East Reforms and Governing Representatives from Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, and Morocco gave updates on the ongoing reforms ... Representatives from Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, and Morocco gave updates on the ongoing reforms happening since Middle East uprisings that started in Spring 2011. Topics included elections, the writing of constitutions, inclusion of women and religious minorities in the political process, and the role of the monarchy in in Morocco in democratic reforms. The panelists took questions from the audience following their discussion. 5:18 pm MT Approx. 41 min. Operations in Afghanistan Chris Toner Army Commander Chris Toner talked about his experiences overseeing U.S. efforts in Afghanistan, ... Army Commander Chris Toner talked about his experiences overseeing U.S. efforts in Afghanistan, from where he recently returned following a 12-month combat tour. Topics included Afghanistan after U.S. forces withdraw, the influence of the Haqqani network, and Pakistan. 
Due to audio problems this program includes only the audience question and answer portion of the event.
6:32 pm MT Approx. 26 min. Old Sturbridge Village Tom Kelleher; Richard Smith In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
3:34 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 40 min. Arab Political Transition and Economic Challenges Business leaders from Tunisia and Egypt outlined economic plans for the two nations to move ... Business leaders from Tunisia and Egypt outlined economic plans for the two nations to move forward in the aftermath of the “Arab Spring” uprisings of 2011. They also responded to questions from the audience. 6:01 pm MT Approx. 51 min. Book Discussion on Hope Unseen Lynda Schermerhorn; Scott Smiley Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind ... Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
6:59 pm MT Approx. 30 min. Tour of the First Ladies Exhibit at the Smithsonian Greta Brawner; Lisa Graddy The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of ... The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of the first ladies since 1913. Current exhibit curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy discussed the history of the tradition, how the exhibits have changed over time, and the shifting roles of the first lady in United States history. She gave a tour of the latest gallery, “The First Ladies,” which opened November 19, 2011. The exhibit focused on four first ladies, Dolley Madison, Mary Lincoln, Edith Roosevelt, and Lady Bird Johnson, as examples of their times. Video clips were shown in the background of first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama presenting their gowns to the Smithsonian, and of several first ladies at inaugural balls.
5:19 pm MT Approx. 40 min. Bullying in Schools Catherine Bradshaw; Jack Buckley; Susan Swain Jack Buckley and Catherine Bradshaw talked about bullying in schools, and they responded to ... Jack Buckley and Catherine Bradshaw talked about bullying in schools, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included definitions of bullying, traditional forms of bullying and cyber bullying, and proposals to remedy the problem in schools and at the legislative level.
This program is part of C-SPAN’s regular Friday “America by the Numbers” series.
6:55 pm MT Approx. 50 min. Book Discussion on This Burning Land Pat Goode; Jennifer Griffin; Greg Myre Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the ... Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the Front Lines of the Transformed Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
7:30 pm MT Approx. 29 min. James Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth ... Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth president of the United States is often called “the father of the U.S. Constitution.” Montpelier, the home of President James Madison, is located ninety miles south of the nation’s capital. The 2,650 acre estate in Orange County, Virginia, is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that is managed by the Montpelier Foundation.
6:00 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 9 min. War and Conflict Reporting Correspondents talked about their experiences covering foreign wars and conflicts. They ... Correspondents talked about their experiences covering foreign wars and conflicts. They discussed returning to their normal life following a trip, perception of dangers, advice for new war reporters and photographers, and pressure to interact online and post to social sites. Afterward, they answered questions from audience members. 7:47 pm MT Approx. 46 min. Book Discussion on Empire of the Summer Moon Pat Goode; S. Gwynne S.C. Gwynne talked about his book Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and ... S.C. Gwynne talked about his book Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
8:00 pm MT Approx. 27 min. Magna Carta Restoration and Display Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a ... Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a copy of the 1297 version of the Magna Carta after a year of conservation treatments. One of only four known 1297 originals, the document is on permanent loan by its owner David Rubenstein. They unveiled the restored document to the press. Mr. Rubenstein responded to questions about how he came to own a copy of the Magna Carta, the history of the Magna Carta, and how his early work on Capitol Hill as chief counsel to the Senate subcommittee on constitutional amendments influenced his interests.
Video was shown as Kitty Nicholson talked about the conservation process and Jay Brandenburg described the process of encasing the Magna Carta.
Then Marvin Pinkert showed reporters the spot in the rotunda where the document would be displayed and its new interactive exhibit.
7:10 pm MT Approx. 43 min. Reception Honoring Senator Barbara Mikulski U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-MD) was recognized as the longest-serving woman in the history ... U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-MD) was recognized as the longest-serving woman in the history of the U.S. Congress. Senator Mikulski became the longest-serving woman in U.S. Senate history when she was sworn in to her fifth term on January 5, 2011. On Saturday, March 17, 2012, she surpassed Representative Edith Nourse Rogers as the longest-serving woman to serve in the U.S. Congress. In 1976, she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as the Congresswoman from Maryland’s third district, and was first elected to the Senate in 1986.
The program included a performance by the Institute of Notre Dame Choir. The Institute of Notre Dame was the high school attended by both Senator Mikulski and Baltimore native Representative Pelosi.
8:34 pm MT Approx. 4 min. Noah Fatsi StudentCam Interview Noah Fatsi; Tiffany Rocque Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin ... Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin Schwartz and Mitchell Powers. The film was one of the high school third prize-winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
8:28 pm MT Approx. 30 min. Reagan Assassination Attempt Del Wilber Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, ... Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, recreated the afternoon of March 30, 1981. On that day, John Hinckley, Jr., fired six bullets at President Reagan, who had just completed a speech to the AFL-CIO at the Washington Hilton. He used archival photographs and video, recently declassified audio from the U.S. Secret Service, and he followed the route of the presidential motorcade from the hotel to the George Washington University Hospital. He discussed President Reagan’s reactions, his recovery, and its effect on his presidency as well as on the Secret Service.
7:55 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 54 min. Tribute to Former Senators Howard Baker and Bob Dole The Bipartisan Policy Center paid tribute to “A Century of Service” by two of the ... The Bipartisan Policy Center paid tribute to “A Century of Service” by two of the center’s founders. From military service to careers in elected office, the combined public service of former Senators Howard Baker and Bob Dole totaled more than a century. Vice President Biden, Senate Majority Leader Reid, Senate Minority Leader McConnell, and former Senate Majority Leaders Daschle, Frist and Lott spoke about their careers and spirit of bipartisanship. A video message from President Clinton was played and two short films highlighting the lives and careers of Senators Dole and Baker were played with Senator Roberts leading the audience in song. At the end of the program Senators Baker and Dole spoke from their seats as their image was projected on a large screen. 8:40 pm MT Approx. 2 hr. U.S. Trade Agenda Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in ... Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and elsewhere. Several speakers were critical of the Obama administration, saying it lacks a comprehensive trade policy. Topics included recently announced high-level trade talks between the U.S. and Europe, China’s fiscal policy and its effects on neighboring countries and international economics, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). TPP is a multi-lateral free-trade agreement, originally signed by Brunei, Singapore, New Zealand and Chile in 2005. 9:00 pm MT Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
9:50 pm MT Approx. 4 min. Noah Fatsi StudentCam Interview Noah Fatsi; Tiffany Rocque Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin ... Noah Fatsi was interviewed about the video, The Right to Bear Arms, he made with Benjamin Schwartz and Mitchell Powers. The film was one of the high school third prize-winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
10:42 pm MT Approx. 51 min. Book Discussion on Hope Unseen Lynda Schermerhorn; Scott Smiley Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind ... Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
9:25 pm MT Approx. 5 min. Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office Preview Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the ... Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the American Red Cross, lived in a Washington, DC boarding house.  She employed twelve clerks on the third floor in her “Missing Soldiers Office,” where they received over 60,000 letters from families searching for lost sons and husbands.
In 1996, Richard Lyons, a carpenter for the General Services Administration was helping to prepare the building for demolition when he discovered an original office sign in the attic. 
American History TV visited the building on seventh street to learn about the Missing Soldiers Office, and to hear the story of Richard Lyons, who worked alone for months to save the building from demolition.
Also appearing in this program is historian Susan Rosenvold, superintendent of Clara Barton’s Missing Soldier’s Office.
9:57 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Women and the Economy Panelists talked about women and the economy. Topics included entrepreneurship and workplace ... Panelists talked about women and the economy. Topics included entrepreneurship and workplace flexibility.  11:36 pm MT Approx. 50 min. Book Discussion on This Burning Land Pat Goode; Jennifer Griffin; Greg Myre Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the ... Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the Front Lines of the Transformed Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
9:32 pm MT Approx. 26 min. Old Sturbridge Village Tom Kelleher; Richard Smith In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
11:03 pm MT Approx. 21 min. Presidential Remarks on Women and the Economy Barack Obama President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for ... President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for women. He talked about the women in his life, including his mother and grandmother and their experiences in the workplace. He also discussed his administration’s efforts to help create economic security for women, and the latest unemployment statics. 12:29 am MT Approx. 46 min. Book Discussion on Empire of the Summer Moon Pat Goode; S. Gwynne S.C. Gwynne talked about his book Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and ... S.C. Gwynne talked about his book Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
9:59 pm MT Approx. 30 min. Tour of the First Ladies Exhibit at the Smithsonian Greta Brawner; Lisa Graddy The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of ... The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of the first ladies since 1913. Current exhibit curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy discussed the history of the tradition, how the exhibits have changed over time, and the shifting roles of the first lady in United States history. She gave a tour of the latest gallery, “The First Ladies,” which opened November 19, 2011. The exhibit focused on four first ladies, Dolley Madison, Mary Lincoln, Edith Roosevelt, and Lady Bird Johnson, as examples of their times. Video clips were shown in the background of first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama presenting their gowns to the Smithsonian, and of several first ladies at inaugural balls.
11:25 pm MT Approx. 1 hr. 9 min. War and Conflict Reporting Correspondents talked about their experiences covering foreign wars and conflicts. They ... Correspondents talked about their experiences covering foreign wars and conflicts. They discussed returning to their normal life following a trip, perception of dangers, advice for new war reporters and photographers, and pressure to interact online and post to social sites. Afterward, they answered questions from audience members. 1:16 am MT Approx. 8 min. Right to Bear Arms Noah Fatsi; Mitchell Powers; Benjamin Schwartz Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of ... Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of the third prize high school winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
10:30 pm MT Approx. 29 min. James Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth ... Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth president of the United States is often called “the father of the U.S. Constitution.” Montpelier, the home of President James Madison, is located ninety miles south of the nation’s capital. The 2,650 acre estate in Orange County, Virginia, is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that is managed by the Montpelier Foundation.
12:36 am MT Approx. 43 min. Reception Honoring Senator Barbara Mikulski U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-MD) was recognized as the longest-serving woman in the history ... U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-MD) was recognized as the longest-serving woman in the history of the U.S. Congress. Senator Mikulski became the longest-serving woman in U.S. Senate history when she was sworn in to her fifth term on January 5, 2011. On Saturday, March 17, 2012, she surpassed Representative Edith Nourse Rogers as the longest-serving woman to serve in the U.S. Congress. In 1976, she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as the Congresswoman from Maryland’s third district, and was first elected to the Senate in 1986.
The program included a performance by the Institute of Notre Dame Choir. The Institute of Notre Dame was the high school attended by both Senator Mikulski and Baltimore native Representative Pelosi.
1:25 am MT Approx. 2 hr. U.S. Trade Agenda Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in ... Six former U.S. trade representatives discussed U.S. options for expanding trade with countries in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and elsewhere. Several speakers were critical of the Obama administration, saying it lacks a comprehensive trade policy. Topics included recently announced high-level trade talks between the U.S. and Europe, China’s fiscal policy and its effects on neighboring countries and international economics, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). TPP is a multi-lateral free-trade agreement, originally signed by Brunei, Singapore, New Zealand and Chile in 2005. 11:00 pm MT Approx. 27 min. Magna Carta Restoration and Display Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a ... Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a copy of the 1297 version of the Magna Carta after a year of conservation treatments. One of only four known 1297 originals, the document is on permanent loan by its owner David Rubenstein. They unveiled the restored document to the press. Mr. Rubenstein responded to questions about how he came to own a copy of the Magna Carta, the history of the Magna Carta, and how his early work on Capitol Hill as chief counsel to the Senate subcommittee on constitutional amendments influenced his interests.
Video was shown as Kitty Nicholson talked about the conservation process and Jay Brandenburg described the process of encasing the Magna Carta.
Then Marvin Pinkert showed reporters the spot in the rotunda where the document would be displayed and its new interactive exhibit.
1:20 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 54 min. Tribute to Former Senators Howard Baker and Bob Dole The Bipartisan Policy Center paid tribute to “A Century of Service” by two of the ... The Bipartisan Policy Center paid tribute to “A Century of Service” by two of the center’s founders. From military service to careers in elected office, the combined public service of former Senators Howard Baker and Bob Dole totaled more than a century. Vice President Biden, Senate Majority Leader Reid, Senate Minority Leader McConnell, and former Senate Majority Leaders Daschle, Frist and Lott spoke about their careers and spirit of bipartisanship. A video message from President Clinton was played and two short films highlighting the lives and careers of Senators Dole and Baker were played with Senator Roberts leading the audience in song. At the end of the program Senators Baker and Dole spoke from their seats as their image was projected on a large screen. 3:28 am MT Approx. 51 min. Book Discussion on Hope Unseen Lynda Schermerhorn; Scott Smiley Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind ... Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
11:28 pm MT Approx. 30 min. Reagan Assassination Attempt Del Wilber Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, ... Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, recreated the afternoon of March 30, 1981. On that day, John Hinckley, Jr., fired six bullets at President Reagan, who had just completed a speech to the AFL-CIO at the Washington Hilton. He used archival photographs and video, recently declassified audio from the U.S. Secret Service, and he followed the route of the presidential motorcade from the hotel to the George Washington University Hospital. He discussed President Reagan’s reactions, his recovery, and its effect on his presidency as well as on the Secret Service.
3:15 am MT Approx. 8 min. Right to Bear Arms Noah Fatsi; Mitchell Powers; Benjamin Schwartz Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of ... Noah Fatsi, Benjamin Schwartz, and Mitchell Powers' video, Right to Bear Arms, was one of the third prize high school winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seniors at Midlothian High School in Midlothian, Virginia.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.
4:22 am MT Approx. 50 min. Book Discussion on This Burning Land Pat Goode; Jennifer Griffin; Greg Myre Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the ... Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin talked about their book This Burning Land: Lessons From the Front Lines of the Transformed Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
12:00 am MT Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
3:24 am MT Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Women and the Economy Panelists talked about women and the economy. Topics included entrepreneurship and workplace ... Panelists talked about women and the economy. Topics included entrepreneurship and workplace flexibility.  12:25 am MT Approx. 5 min. Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office Preview Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the ... Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the American Red Cross, lived in a Washington, DC boarding house.  She employed twelve clerks on the third floor in her “Missing Soldiers Office,” where they received over 60,000 letters from families searching for lost sons and husbands.
In 1996, Richard Lyons, a carpenter for the General Services Administration was helping to prepare the building for demolition when he discovered an original office sign in the attic. 
American History TV visited the building on seventh street to learn about the Missing Soldiers Office, and to hear the story of Richard Lyons, who worked alone for months to save the building from demolition.
Also appearing in this program is historian Susan Rosenvold, superintendent of Clara Barton’s Missing Soldier’s Office.
4:29 am MT Approx. 21 min. Presidential Remarks on Women and the Economy Barack Obama President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for ... President Obama spoke at a White House forum on economic security, education, and retirement for women. He talked about the women in his life, including his mother and grandmother and their experiences in the workplace. He also discussed his administration’s efforts to help create economic security for women, and the latest unemployment statics. 12:32 am MT Approx. 26 min. Old Sturbridge Village Tom Kelleher; Richard Smith In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
4:51 am MT Approx. 6 min. A Religiously Diverse Nation Ashley Sanford; Gabriela Szymanowska; Tessa Williams Tessa Williams, Ashley Sanford, and Gabriela Szymanowska’s video, A Religiously Diverse ... Tessa Williams, Ashley Sanford, and Gabriela Szymanowska’s video, A Religiously Diverse Nation, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are seventh graders at Farragut Middle School in Knoxville, Tennessee.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution. The local cable company was Charter Communications.
12:59 am MT Approx. 30 min. Tour of the First Ladies Exhibit at the Smithsonian Greta Brawner; Lisa Graddy The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of ... The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of the first ladies since 1913. Current exhibit curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy discussed the history of the tradition, how the exhibits have changed over time, and the shifting roles of the first lady in United States history. She gave a tour of the latest gallery, “The First Ladies,” which opened November 19, 2011. The exhibit focused on four first ladies, Dolley Madison, Mary Lincoln, Edith Roosevelt, and Lady Bird Johnson, as examples of their times. Video clips were shown in the background of first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama presenting their gowns to the Smithsonian, and of several first ladies at inaugural balls.
1:30 am MT Approx. 29 min. James Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth ... Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth president of the United States is often called “the father of the U.S. Constitution.” Montpelier, the home of President James Madison, is located ninety miles south of the nation’s capital. The 2,650 acre estate in Orange County, Virginia, is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that is managed by the Montpelier Foundation.
2:01 am MT Approx. 27 min. Magna Carta Restoration and Display Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a ... Archivist David Ferreiro held a press conference to announce the return to public display of a copy of the 1297 version of the Magna Carta after a year of conservation treatments. One of only four known 1297 originals, the document is on permanent loan by its owner David Rubenstein. They unveiled the restored document to the press. Mr. Rubenstein responded to questions about how he came to own a copy of the Magna Carta, the history of the Magna Carta, and how his early work on Capitol Hill as chief counsel to the Senate subcommittee on constitutional amendments influenced his interests.
Video was shown as Kitty Nicholson talked about the conservation process and Jay Brandenburg described the process of encasing the Magna Carta.
Then Marvin Pinkert showed reporters the spot in the rotunda where the document would be displayed and its new interactive exhibit.
2:28 am MT Approx. 30 min. Reagan Assassination Attempt Del Wilber Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, ... Del Quentin Wilber, author of Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, recreated the afternoon of March 30, 1981. On that day, John Hinckley, Jr., fired six bullets at President Reagan, who had just completed a speech to the AFL-CIO at the Washington Hilton. He used archival photographs and video, recently declassified audio from the U.S. Secret Service, and he followed the route of the presidential motorcade from the hotel to the George Washington University Hospital. He discussed President Reagan’s reactions, his recovery, and its effect on his presidency as well as on the Secret Service.
3:00 am MT Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
3:26 am MT Approx. 5 min. Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office Preview Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the ... Between 1861 and 1868, Clara Barton, known as the Angel of the Battlefield and founder of the American Red Cross, lived in a Washington, DC boarding house.  She employed twelve clerks on the third floor in her “Missing Soldiers Office,” where they received over 60,000 letters from families searching for lost sons and husbands.
In 1996, Richard Lyons, a carpenter for the General Services Administration was helping to prepare the building for demolition when he discovered an original office sign in the attic. 
American History TV visited the building on seventh street to learn about the Missing Soldiers Office, and to hear the story of Richard Lyons, who worked alone for months to save the building from demolition.
Also appearing in this program is historian Susan Rosenvold, superintendent of Clara Barton’s Missing Soldier’s Office.
3:32 am MT Approx. 26 min. Old Sturbridge Village Tom Kelleher; Richard Smith In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
3:59 am MT Approx. 30 min. Tour of the First Ladies Exhibit at the Smithsonian Greta Brawner; Lisa Graddy The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of ... The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has been exhibiting gowns and china of the first ladies since 1913. Current exhibit curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy discussed the history of the tradition, how the exhibits have changed over time, and the shifting roles of the first lady in United States history. She gave a tour of the latest gallery, “The First Ladies,” which opened November 19, 2011. The exhibit focused on four first ladies, Dolley Madison, Mary Lincoln, Edith Roosevelt, and Lady Bird Johnson, as examples of their times. Video clips were shown in the background of first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama presenting their gowns to the Smithsonian, and of several first ladies at inaugural balls.
4:31 am MT Approx. 29 min. James Madison's Montpelier Michael Quinn Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth ... Michael Quinn gave a tour of the home of James and Dolley Madison and talked about why the fourth president of the United States is often called “the father of the U.S. Constitution.” Montpelier, the home of President James Madison, is located ninety miles south of the nation’s capital. The 2,650 acre estate in Orange County, Virginia, is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that is managed by the Montpelier Foundation.