Funny that it took a year and over 50 videos for us to finally introduce ourselves. However, our live stream from Colonial Williamsburg provided the perfect opportunity for us to talk about how the channel started, what we have learned, and where we think we can take it in the future. Join us! Who isContinue reading “Walk With History Introduction”
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This Month in History: January
A whole lot of pop culture and sports history this month!!! But don’t worry, we found some ‘classics’ too. Enjoy! 01 January 1958 On January 1st, 1958, Johnny Cash plays San Quentin State Prison…his first prison performance. “Folsom Prison Blues” had given Johnny Cash his first top-10 country hit earlier in 1956, and his liveContinue reading “This Month in History: January”
Historian Gives a Virtual Tour of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
My historian brain almost exploded here…