Ep 5 Travel Guide: Jimmy Stewart Hometown – Indiana, PA (free preview 5 of 5)

If you have ever seen “It’s a Wonderful Life”…well Indiana, Pennsylvania feels A LOT like the town of Bedford Falls. (and if you haven’t seen that movie…stop reading this and go watch it!) It was amazing to see Jimmy Stewart’s childhood home, visit the location of his father’s hardware store, and even hear his voiceContinue reading “Ep 5 Travel Guide: Jimmy Stewart Hometown – Indiana, PA (free preview 5 of 5)”

Ep 4 Travel Guide: Jimmy Stewart Museum – Indiana, PA (free preview 4 of 5)

The Jimmy Stewart Museum was the very first Walk With History museum video we did and it really set the bar! It was an amazing place to visit and we could feel Jimmy’s impact everywhere. While a single museum may not need a travel guide, we may mention relevant locations during these videos that canContinue reading “Ep 4 Travel Guide: Jimmy Stewart Museum – Indiana, PA (free preview 4 of 5)”

Ep 3 Travel Guide: Bob Hope and his TWO Marriages – Erie, PA (free preview 3 of 5)

Bob Hope lived in a day and age where your marriage was not always national news. Jenn discovered that he had a previous wife…that he might have been married to when his long time wife Dolores. While it was never proven…based on available court documents and the dates he said he was married, he mayContinue reading “Ep 3 Travel Guide: Bob Hope and his TWO Marriages – Erie, PA (free preview 3 of 5)”

Ep 2 Travel Guide: The Life and History of Strong Vincent – Erie, PA (free preview 2 of 5)

Jenn learned about what Strong Vincent did at Gettysburg and became an instant fan! How does someone from a small place like Erie, Pennsylvania have an impact on history that changed the course of American history? TIPS Erie has some fantastic spots to visit if you are in town. The Erie Maritime Museum, Presque IsleContinue reading “Ep 2 Travel Guide: The Life and History of Strong Vincent – Erie, PA (free preview 2 of 5)”

Touring the Gettysburg Address Location

I was lucky enough to get a quick tour of the Gettysburg National Cemetery and found out that the monument that stood where people thought Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address was recently found to be in the wrong spot! I show you where he actually stood when he gave his most famous speech as weContinue reading “Touring the Gettysburg Address Location”

Strong Vincent at Little Round Top the Battle of Gettysburg

Part 1 of my Gettysburg tour takes me to visit the statue of Strong Vincent and Little Round Top! This was such a treat to be able to visit and I cannot recommend this enough to anyone who has a chance to go. Intro: 0:00Gettysburg Visitor’s Center: 2:08Gettysburg Devil’s Den: 2:35Strong Vincent Statue: 5:29Strong VincentContinue reading “Strong Vincent at Little Round Top the Battle of Gettysburg”

President Eisenhower’s Gettysburg Estate

When our friends over at History Hunters on YouTube recommended visiting the Eisenhower National Historic site in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania…how could I resist!?!? This little treasure of a historic location is right next to the famous battle field and it was amazing to walk where so many presidents, foreign dignitaries, and other historic figures walked beforeContinue reading “President Eisenhower’s Gettysburg Estate”

Tour of the Heinz History Center

We got to visit the Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is a fantastic place to take your family as there are exhibits for adults and children. Plan your visit here! (tell them Walk With History sent you)https://www.heinzhistorycenter.org Intro 0:00Entrance 0:30Pittsburgh Industry 1:11Lewis and Clark Exhibit 2:00Heinz Exhibit 2:25Space Exhibit 3:02Famous PittsburghersContinue reading “Tour of the Heinz History Center”

The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry and the Battle of Lake Erie

I got to learn so much about the amazing life of Oliver Hazard Perry and his career through the War of 1812 and the Battle of Lake Erie. Not only did he inspire his sailors to rally to victory, but he inspired many future generations with his raising of the flag stating “DON’T GIVE UPContinue reading “The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry and the Battle of Lake Erie”

Virtual Tour of Erie Maritime Museum

The Erie Maritime Museum commemorates one of the pivotal naval battles in our nation’s history. At the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812, Oliver Hazard Perry defeated the British onboard the US Brig Niagara encouraging his men with the infamous phrase “Don’t give up the ship!”. He later wrote of the battleContinue reading “Virtual Tour of Erie Maritime Museum”