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60 Minutes, A Matter Of Principal (DC Charter School)
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produced by Deirdre Naphin Curran, fl. 2001-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Morley Safer, 1931-2016, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1997), 13 mins
Segment focusing on the principal, Mary Anigbo, at Marcus Garvey Public Charter School in Washington DC and her dispute with a Washington Times newspaper reporter, Susan Ferrechio, and the lack of control the Washington D.C. School board has over charter schools. Morley Safer reports.
produced by Deirdre Naphin Curran, fl. 2001-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Morley Safer, 1931-2016, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1997), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, The Capitol Dome
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produced by Nicole Young, fl. 2009, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2014), 13 mins
May 15, 2014 - The iconic skyline symbol of our democracy, the dome of the Capitol in Washington D.C., has not been refurbished in over 50 years. Scott Pelley reports on an ambitious restoration project for the 150-year-old structure.
produced by Nicole Young, fl. 2009, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2014), 13 mins
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America in the 20th Century, America in the 20th Century: The Civil Rights Movement
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produced by Bent Hannigan, in America in the 20th Century (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich Learning, 2010, originally published 2010), 1 hour 25 mins
This documentary features the Civil Rights Movement in America.
produced by Bent Hannigan, in America in the 20th Century (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich Learning, 2010, originally published 2010), 1 hour 25 mins
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American Experience: Reconstruction: The Second Civil War, Season 16, Episode 2, Interview with David W. Blight, Historian, Yale University, 2 of 6
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directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in American Experience: Reconstruction: The Second Civil War, Season 16, Episode 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 44 mins
In the tumultuous years after the Civil War (1863-77), America grappled with how to rebuild itself, how to successfully bring the South back into the Union and how to bring former slaves into the life of the country. Blight talks about Reconstruction as a continuation of the Civil War, Need among Northerners to pr...
directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in American Experience: Reconstruction: The Second Civil War, Season 16, Episode 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 44 mins
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Big Picture, Episode 275, Military District of Washington
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in Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (RG111), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records, in Big Picture, Episode 275 (District of Columbia: United States. Army Pictorial Service, 1954), 28 mins
Through the camera lens, viewers will see the most famous of all military units in Washington -- the 3rd Infantry Regiment, whose origins go all the way back to the Revolutionary War. Only hand-picked officers and men are to be found in the ranks of the Third. Activities such as the changing of the guard at the To...
in Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (RG111), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records, in Big Picture, Episode 275 (District of Columbia: United States. Army Pictorial Service, 1954), 28 mins
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Big Picture, Episode 324, Pictorial Report Number 18
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in Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (RG111), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records, in Big Picture, Episode 324 (District of Columbia: United States. Army Pictorial Service, 1955), 28 mins
This episode of The Big Picture is about American troops withdrawing from Austria, a jungle warfare training center in Panama, and a cooks tour of Washington, DC.
in Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (RG111), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records, in Big Picture, Episode 324 (District of Columbia: United States. Army Pictorial Service, 1955), 28 mins
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Biography, J. Willard Marriott: Host To The World
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produced by Shelley Ann Lawrence, in Biography (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 1998), 50 mins

Former employees, friends and family, including the Reverend Billy Graham, tell the story of the man who created a hospitality empire.

He was born into a family of faith and poverty. He had to mature early because the responsibilities of a man were placed on his boy's shoulders.

BIOGRAPHY® tells the story of the...

produced by Shelley Ann Lawrence, in Biography (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 1998), 50 mins
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Civil War Journal, First Ladies: North & South
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directed by Donna Lusitana; produced by Laura Verklan, fl. 1991, in Civil War Journal (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 1995), 44 mins
directed by Donna Lusitana; produced by Laura Verklan, fl. 1991, in Civil War Journal (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 1995), 44 mins
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Funerals of Noted Individuals
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produced by United States. Department of Defense (District of Columbia: United States. Department of Defense), 9 mins
Reel 1, the body of John P. Mitchel is escorted through New York City by Theodore Roosevelt and others to Woodlawn Cemetery in 1918. The bodies of Alexander Graham Bell (1922), Adm. Perry (1920), and Gen. Gorgas (1920) are borne through Washington, D.C., streets to Arlington National Cemetery and Interred there. S...
produced by United States. Department of Defense (District of Columbia: United States. Department of Defense), 9 mins
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Images of America, Eastland Gardens
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 128 page(s),
Source: www.arcadiapublishing.com
Eastland Gardens, a little-known treasure in Northeast Washington, DC, is preserved and cherished by the generations who have called it home. Though development was initiated in 1928 by a white-owned real estate investment company, black families and individuals seeking a suburb in the city were able to purchase d...
in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 128 page(s),
Source: www.arcadiapublishing.com
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