Exploring the Hatfield-McCoy Feud: Tracing the Footsteps of a Historic Conflict

🔍 Join us on a captivating journey back in time as we delve into the haunting legacy of the infamous Hatfield-McCoy Feud, a bitter and deadly conflict that gripped the Appalachian region in the late 1800s. 🌄 In this gripping video, we embark on a riveting exploration of the historic sites where the Hatfield andContinue reading “Exploring the Hatfield-McCoy Feud: Tracing the Footsteps of a Historic Conflict”

Visiting Big Stone Gap in Real Life

🎬 Join me on an enchanting adventure as we explore the picturesque town of Big Stone Gap and step into the real-life filming locations of the beloved 2015 romantic comedy, “Big Stone Gap”! 🌄 Intro: 0:00Big Stone Gap the movie: 0:17Where is Big Stone Gap?: 0:50Big Stone Gap filming locations: 1:42Trail of the Lonesome Pine:Continue reading “Visiting Big Stone Gap in Real Life”

Country Music Star: Loretta Lynn’s Butcher Holler Home

Join us through a tour around Loretta Lynn’s birthplace in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky. We talk about her childhood as a coal miner’s daughter, the family’s modest living conditions, and her early marriage. We get to talk to Mac, a cousin of Loretta Lynn, who provides personal anecdotes and insights into the country singer’s early life.Continue reading “Country Music Star: Loretta Lynn’s Butcher Holler Home”

National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia

Join us on a journey to the heart of history as we explore the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia. In this captivating video, we delve into the heroic actions of the Bedford Boys and the significance of the D-Day operations during World War II. 🇺🇸 The Bedford Boys: 🇺🇸Discover the incredible and honorable storyContinue reading “National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia”

Abraham Lincoln: Home Life and After Life

We visit the last home of President Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois…as well as his tomb not far away. Intro: 0:00Springfield home: 0:10Inside Lincoln’s home: 0:57Lincoln’s family life: 2:52Lincoln’s last time at home: 3:52Lincoln’s tomb: 4:16Inside Lincoln’s tomb: 5:22Walking in President Lincoln’s footsteps: 6:47

Oregon Trail spots you can see today

You can go see the over 100-year-old wagon ruts in Wyoming right now…and not far away is Register Cliff, where travelers would carve their names into the soft rock to let others know they had made it that far. Both of these sites are an incredible timestamp on history that gives you a glimpse intoContinue reading “Oregon Trail spots you can see today”

Truth vs Myth in Devils Tower history

Devils Tower, a geological marvel in Wyoming, formed around 50 million years ago and was designated as the first U.S. national monument in 1906. However, its significance extends beyond geology, as it holds profound cultural and spiritual importance for Native American tribes such as the Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne, and Kiowa. Known as “Mato Tipila” toContinue reading “Truth vs Myth in Devils Tower history”

War Stories of an F-15

Thank you to the Pueblo Weisbrod Air Museum for allowing us to make this video. If you want to visit this amazing museum to can follow the link below. PWAM.ORG Intro: 0:00F15 war story: 0:47How this jet engaged in combat: 1:34Women in aviation: 2:19F15 is called to engage: 3:05Improvements in ejection seats: 4:20F15 fires onContinue reading “War Stories of an F-15”

What if Mount Rushmore was…different?

Did you know that the original 4 models were NOT the four U.S. presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln? We visited, Mount Rushmore, the famous American landmark located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and discovered more of the history behind this famous American tourist destination. The choice of presidentsContinue reading “What if Mount Rushmore was…different?”