Thursday, October 21, 2021
grand canyon

Hugh Earnhart recaps the tale of John Wesley Powell and nine other men, who set off to explore the Grand Canyon on May 24, 1869.
historic cabin

Hugh Earnhart digs into the mass migration of tens of thousands of Americans into the western part of the Unites States and what it took to make it happen.
pearl harbor

The origin of Japan's conflict with the U.S. stemmed from a belief that it had a spiritual right to become equal with the imperial powers of the world.
flag and fireworks

Hugh Earnhart details the long history of the Fourth of July — the birthday of the United States of America. 
appalachian mountains

Under the operation of early policies, millions of Americans today enjoy a security of life and liberty that many people around the world don't get.
the white house

After World War II the U.S. had to find a new approach to the problem of peaceful stabilization of international affairs due to Soviet Union expansion.
Great Falls Park

Early settlers were fortunate to land on the East Coast of what is now the United States because of the richness of the New World's resources.
cannon

During the Civil War, there were spies who gathered information for the Union and Confederate causes. Hugh Earnhart details the big five.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Hugh Earnhert digs into Harry Truman's reluctance to run as FDR's vice presidential candidate in the 1944 election.
parliament

Hugh Earnhart offers an inside look at British trade policy during the 17th century and explores how the Colonies fit into things.