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60 Minutes, The Health Wagon
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produced by Rachael Kun Morehouse, fl. 2013-2015 and Henry Schuster, fl. 1988-2007, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2014), 12 mins
August 14, 2014 - Nurse practitioners are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured working poor in Appalachia -- medical mercy for those left out of Obamacare and ineligible for Medicaid. Scott Pelley reports.
produced by Rachael Kun Morehouse, fl. 2013-2015 and Henry Schuster, fl. 1988-2007, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2014), 12 mins
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Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Part 1, Interview with Peter Wood, Professor of History, Duke University.  1 of 2
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directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, Public Broadcasting Service, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Part 1 (WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 53 mins
Peter Wood is interviewed about the first settlers who came to America, the need for labor in Jamestown, English Protestantism, the implications of tobacco on labor needs in Virginia, the Africans' arrival in 1619, inheriting the mother's slave status, the shift from indentured servitude to lifelong slavery, the d...
directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, Public Broadcasting Service, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Part 1 (WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 53 mins
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Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1, Interview with Frances Latimer, Historian
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directed by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 53 mins
Frances Latimer is interviewed about the history of her family in Virginia, what Africans might have encountered when they first arrived, free man Francis Payne, land owner Anthony Johnson, Colony life for black and mulatto women, use of the court system, "Mine own ground," slave codes, reasons to study African...
directed by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 53 mins
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American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10, Interview with historian Dennis Frye 5 of 6
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directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, Robert Kenner Films and WGBH Boston; interview by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 29 mins
Martyr, madman, murderer, hero: John Brown remains one of history's most controversial and misunderstood figures. In the 1850s, he and his ragtag guerrilla group embarked on a righteous crusade against slavery that was based on religious faith -- yet carried out with shocking violence. His execution at Harpers Fer...
directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, Robert Kenner Films and WGBH Boston; interview by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 29 mins
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American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10, Interview with historian James Brewer Stewart, 5 of 5
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directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, WGBH Boston and Robert Kenner Films, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2000), 11 mins
Martyr, madman, murderer, hero: John Brown remains one of history's most controversial and misunderstood figures. In the 1850s, he and his ragtag guerrilla group embarked on a righteous crusade against slavery that was based on religious faith -- yet carried out with shocking violence. His execution at Harpers Fer...
directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, WGBH Boston and Robert Kenner Films, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2000), 11 mins
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Campus History, Christopher Newport University
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in Campus History (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing), 128 page(s),
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Opened in 1961 as an extension of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, Christopher Newport University (CNU) had humble origins in an abandoned downtown Newport News public school. Located in historic Hampton Roads, the institution was named for the 17th-century English mariner who helped establish the Jame...
in Campus History (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing), 128 page(s),
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Campus History, Randolph-Macon College
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in Campus History (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 128 page(s),
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Randolph-Macon College was founded as a Methodist-related college in 1830 near Boydton in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. After the Civil War, the college moved along the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad tracks to the wooden buildings of a bankrupt resort hotel north of Richmond in Ashland, Virginia. T...
in Campus History (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 128 page(s),
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Voices of the Chincoteague: Memories of Greenbackville and Franklin City
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in General (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2003), 224 page(s),
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Beginning around the turn of the 20th century, people flocked to boom towns like Greenbackville and Franklin City on Virginia’s remote Chincoteague Bay to cash in on the lucrative oyster trade. Most eventually settled for simple rural lives, living a cash and barter economy, commuting on foot or by boat, always...
in General (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2003), 224 page(s),
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Illinois History, An Overview, 3, Struggle for the Illinois Country
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directed by James A. Edstrom; produced by James A. Edstrom, in Illinois History, An Overview, 3 (Privately Published, 2009, originally published 1971), 27 mins
This documentary, directed by James A. Edstrom, features the struggle for Illinois County.
directed by James A. Edstrom; produced by James A. Edstrom, in Illinois History, An Overview, 3 (Privately Published, 2009, originally published 1971), 27 mins
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Images of America, Around Clarksville
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2009), 128 page(s),
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Clarksville, Virginia’s only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county’s first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters “the water that Adam drank.” The...
in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2009), 128 page(s),
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