18th Century Turning Points in U.S. History

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Ambrose Video Premiered Jan 01, 2005 Unknown

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18th Century Turning Points in U.S. History

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The past comes alive in this documentary exploring the pivotal moments in the 18th century that helped shape the country's history and legacy. Turn back time to 1709, when the Quakers first established a gathering place in Boston; jump ahead to 1718, when the city of New Orleans was born; zoom to 1733, when the British Parliament enacted the Molasses Act; meet with president-elect George Washington in 1789; and more.

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Season 0 : Episode 8

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for the npr crowd, History, legendary people, extraordinary situations, corruption