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The Meaning of Memorial Day

This federal holiday is designed to honor all fallen American troops. Learn more about the history and origins of Memorial Day.

The Origin Of Superstitions

Thirteen is an unlucky number, breaking a mirror brings 7 years of bad luck, black cats - Do you know how these superstitions came to be?
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Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone

Here's the story of the man and the invention that revolutionized the way we communicate with each other and how it spread across America.
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The History of Making Books

Watch as students at MIT learn about early books and book-making technology, not least by actually making paper and building a handset printing press.
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History of Mount Rushmore

Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore's creation began in 1927 and was complete 14 years later. This national treasure symbolizes freedom and hope for America.
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History of the Telephone

Explore the history of the telephone. From a string and cup to fiber optics and computer technology, the telephone system has evolved with the times and the tech.
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The Story of the Pony Express

The Pony Express was an innovative service that provided mail and message delivery at a much quicker speed across the United States, especially in the American West Frontier.
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Brief Introduction to Bridges

Don't take bridges for granted! This video shows the development, engineering, and modifications that have created one of the most connective structures that keep us connected.
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The History of Groundhog Day

Every year, on February 2nd, we trust a rodent to predict the weather. In this video, we learn more about Groundhog Day.
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Gruesome Things That Happened On The Oregon Trail

In the 1800s it took between five and six months to cross the country on the Oregon Trail. Here are the most unsettling bits from the annals of Oregon Trail history.
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The Art of Shipbuilding in the 1930's

An oral history of men who worked building ships at Newport News Shipbuilding in the 1930's for the Mariners' Museum.
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