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?”

True history of Crazy Horse monument

Discover the life and legacy of Crazy Horse, a renowned Native American leader and warrior of the Oglala Lakota tribe in the 19th century. Celebrated for his exceptional courage and strategic prowess, Crazy Horse played a pivotal role in resisting the encroachment of European settlers onto Lakota lands. From his early life in the changingContinue reading “True history of Crazy Horse monument”

Last Days of Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood

Wild Bill Hickok was a legendary man of the Wild West. From outlaw in his younger days, to US Army scout, and later Federal Marshal he was the real deal. Will Bill Hickok was shot on August 2nd, 1876 in Deadwood, South Dakota by the infamous Jack McCall. We visit this legendary town, walk inContinue reading “Last Days of Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood”

Buffalo Bill Wild West life and death

Buffalo Bill Cody and his Wild West show brought the Western frontier to thousands of people around the world. Did you know that Buffalo Bill ACTUALLY DID the things that were written about him? He was the real deal! Intro: 0:00Early life: 0:29How Buffalo Bill got his name: 2:35The jump to show business: 4:31Controversial burial:Continue reading “Buffalo Bill Wild West life and death”

The Civil War did NOT End in the Appomattox Court House

Most people think the American Civil War ended in the courthouse in Appomattox, Virginia…and most people are mistaken. Join us as we show you where the surrender took place and the name of the city where Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee carried out this historic event.

Rose Greenhow: Confederate Spy

Rose Greenhow was born in 1814 in Maryland, USA. She was a socialite and a well-known political hostess in Washington D.C. during the 1850s. In 1853, she married Dr. Robert Greenhow, and they had four daughters together. During the American Civil War, Rose Greenhow became a Confederate spy. She used her social connections to gatherContinue reading “Rose Greenhow: Confederate Spy”

She was a Civil war spy

Mary Louvestre (1812-1883) was a woman of extraordinary courage and determination who lived in Southside Hampton Roads, Virginia during the American Civil War. She was a spy for the Union Army, risking her own life to help the cause. 1812: Mary Louvestre is born1861: The American Civil War begins1862: Louvestre begins her service as anContinue reading “She was a Civil war spy”

Historic figures in Alexandria National Cemetery

Before Arlington National Cemetery there was the cemeteries in Alexandria, Virginia. The Alexandria National Cemetery holds the graves of many notable figures, including Samuel Cooper, James Mason, Julius Campbell, Dennis Ramsey, Robert Allison Jr., and Wilmer McLean. Each of these individuals have had an impact on history, whether through their service in the military, theirContinue reading “Historic figures in Alexandria National Cemetery”

Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings at Monticello

Monticello is an absolute must for any fan of history. Thomas Jefferson was not only a forward thinker responsible for the Declaration of Independence, but he is also considered the prime example of the American Paradox. Join us as we tour Monticello and talk about Thomas Jefferson’s impact on history. Intro: 0:00Front: 0:13Back: 0:58Martha Jefferson:Continue reading “Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings at Monticello”