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  • Part 1 (Shorter Preview)

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    10/15/13

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  • Lou Hoover

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    10/15/13

    From C-SPAN's "First Ladies: Influence & Image." Monday, October 14, 2013 at 9pm ET on C-SPAN. More info:
  • First Ladies 2013 E Roosevelt with front still A

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    10/11/13

    First Ladies 2013 E Roosevelt with front still A
  • Prelinger Archives (Part 1)

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    10/11/13

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  • President Reagan Oval Office Address on Events in Lebanon and Grenada

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    10/10/13

    Program Airs on October 19, 2013 at 9:35am & October 20, 2013 at 8:30pm ET
  • Grace Coolidge

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    10/9/13

    From C-SPAN's "First Ladies: Influence & Image." Premieres Monday, October 7, 2013 at 9pm ET on C-SPAN. More info:
  • The Caning of Charles Sumner

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    10/9/13

    Preview - Full Program Airs October 12, 2013 at 6pm & 10pm and October 13, 2013 at 11am ET - For More Information:
  • Ku Klux Klan in 1920s America

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    10/9/13

    Preview - Full Program Airs October 12, 2013 at 8pm and October 13, 2013 at 12am & 1pm ET - For More Information:
  • USS Torsk, Part II

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    10/9/13

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  • Josh Bolten

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    10/9/13

    Our guest is Josh Bolten, former chief of staff in the George W. Bush administration from 2006 to 2009. He now serves as an appointed board member of the Bush Clinton Haiti Fund and runs his own consulting firm.moreless
  • George Washington National Library Grand Opening

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    10/9/13

    Preview - Full Program Airs October 13, 2013 at 8:30am & 7:30pm ET - For More Information:
  • Battle of the Little Bighorn

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    10/4/13

    Hear the stories of Custer's last stand as the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry fought against the Sioux and Cheyenne. See the battlefield that looks almost as it did on June 25, 1876, and hear what happened that day from site interpreter Steve Adelson. Visit:moreless
  • Billings Public Library Bookmobile

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    10/4/13

    Visit with the Billings Public Library Bookmobile as it travels through rural Yellowstone County bringing books and other media to the spread out residents of Billings.
  • USS Torsk, Part I

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    10/4/13

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  • President Clinton on U.S. Military Mission in Somalia

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    10/4/13

    Program Airs on October 6, 2013 at 10:40am and 6:45pm & 8:35pm ET
  • Tom Rust "Fort Ellis"

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    10/4/13

    Learn about Fort Ellis, a combination infantry and cavalry post built 3 miles east of Bozeman, Montana in 1867. Its purpose was to protect the early settlers and miners from nearby Indian tribes, however the soldiers station there soon found themselves protecting Indians from the settlers as well.moreless
  • M. Mark Miller "Adventures in Yellowstone"

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    10/4/13

    Hear the stories of some the first visitors to Yellowstone National Park, as M. Mark Miller reads their letters recalling their encounters with bears and the first time they saw Old Faithful.
  • The Huntley Irrigation Project

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    10/4/13

    Visit the Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture. Agriculture is the state's largest industry. Hear Museum Director Melissa Koch talk about the impact of the Huntley Irrigation Project, how the system worked and why it was such a success in south central Montana. Visit:moreless
  • Henry Real Bird

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    10/4/13

    Hear Crow Indian Poet Henry Real Bird discuss the history of the Crow Indian and the importance of preserving Indian history.
  • Mayor Tom Hanel

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    10/4/13

    Hear Billings Mayor Tom Hanel discuss the top industries of the city and some of the challenges the city faces.
  • Bob Rydell "Buffalo Bill in Bologna"

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    10/4/13

    Learn about the distribution of American mass culture from Montana State University Professor Bob Rydell author of "Buffalo Bill in Bologna: The Americanization of the World"
  • Pompeys Pillar National Historic Landmark

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    10/4/13

    Tour Pompeys Pillar, the only site existing today that shows physical evidence of Lewis and Clarks' expedition. Climb the pillar to see the rock where William Clark signed his name more than 200 years ago. Site Manager Jef Kitchens hikes to the top of Pompeys Pillar to talk about why the site was so important to the growth of Billings.moreless
  • Tim Lehman "Bloodshed at Little Bighorn"

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    10/4/13

    Visit the Battlefield at Little Big Horn with author Tim Lehman as he recounts the events of the battle and emotions it still invokes today.
  • Craig Lancaster, Former Billings Gazette Book Editor

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    10/4/13

    Hear former Billings Gazette book editor Craig Lancaster discuss the literary culture of Billings.
  • The Life and Career of Frederick Billings

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    10/4/13

    Learn about Frederick Billings - the city's namesake and President of the Northern Pacific Railway from 1879 to 1881. Although he never owned a home in Billings, he played an important role for how downtown looks today. Hear Western Heritage Center Community Historian Kevin Kooistra talk about the life of Frederick Billings - a gold rush lawyer, a railroad magnate and a conservationist. Visit:moreless
  • Suffragist Hazel Hunkins Hallinan

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    10/4/13

    Hear about the life of Billings born suffragist and human rights activist Hazel Hunkins Hallinan. Western Heritage Center's Kevin Kooistra talks about the activist who left Billings to join protests on teh White House lawn and attracted national media attention for her role as a suffragette. Hallinan continued to fight for civil rights throughout her life and at 87 years old, news reports called her Hazel the "hell-raiser." Visit:moreless
  • The History of Cowboys

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    10/4/13

    Learn about the history of cowboys. See a modern day cattle drive and hear what life was like for early cowboys out on the prairies of Montana. Chas Weldon, Executive Director at the Yellowstone County Museum, shows the equipment necessary for survival, talks about some of the hardships that early cowboys faced, and explains how modern ranching has changed.moreless
  • Pictograph Cave State Park

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    10/3/13

    Tour Pictograph Cave State Park with Park Manager Jared Kostrba. Excavations performed at the site in the late 1930s uncovered nearly 30,000 artifacts that gave insight into the lives of people who inhabited the area at least 9,000 years ago. See the pictographs left behind by the Native Americans and today's new cutting edge 3D mapping that's helping recreate the site and how it looked before excavations. Visit:moreless
  • Robert Bork

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    10/2/13

    Preview - Full Program Airs October 5, 2013 at 8am & October 6, 2013 at 3pm ET - For More Information:
  • Presidential Libraries & Legacies

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    10/2/13

    Preview - Full Program Airs October 6, 2013 at 8:30am & 7:30pm ET - For More Information:
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