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CSPAN
Jan 1, 2015 5:35am EST
took his place alongside those who pushed on. in the winter of '78 at valley forge, george washington wrote our soldiers have been a week without food. they are naked and starving. we cannot enough admire their unshakable patience and loyalty. here's samuel payne. thousands of others left their beating footprints in the snow. in this war the people of the new world won their independence. they joined hands and 13 colonies became the united states. then the new republic began to build. together they make territories into states. by 1812 a wilderness was becoming a great nation. then came war. at lake erie tyler thompson heard the admiral's words. we have met the enemy, and they are ours. and in new orleans, when general jackson said they shall not sleep on our soil thomas wilson was there. america began to feel a shift. then came 1861. the government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from this earth. with malice towards none with charity for all. then america began to rebuild. ♪ ♪ i've been working on the railroad ♪ hello, boss. hello, frank
CSPAN
Oct 27, 2016 10:10pm EDT
'78 at valley forge, george washington wrote, our soldiers have been weak without food. they are naked and startled. we cannot admire the unshakable patient of loyalty. here is samuel, thousands of others left their bleeding footprints in the snow. in this war, the people of the new world won their independence. they joined hands and 13 colonies became the united states. then the people of the new republic begin to feel. together they pioneered and together they made territories into states. by 1812, a wilderness was becoming a great nation. then came war. at lake eerie, we have met the enemy and they are ours. and in new orleans when general jackson said they should not speak on our soil, thomas wilson was there. america began to build ships then came 1861. the government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish for this earth. malice toward none, charity for all. then america began to rebuild. >> man, i'm going to cuba. >> cuba? >> with united. >> jim fought in the spanish american war shs the 24th and 25th industry added to the long record new. >> i'm jim. >> af
CSPAN
Nov 9, 2014 4:00pm EST
hope, he took his place .longside those who pushed on in the winter of 78 at valley forge, george washington wrote, our soldiers have been a week without food. they are naked and starving. is -- here are thousands of others, left their bleeding footprints in the snow. the people of the new world won their independence. 13 colonies became the united states. ,he people of the new republic together, they pioneered and they made territories into states. nation.coming a great then came more -- war. -- we have met the enemy and they are ours. in new orleans, when general , thomas melton was there. ships. began to build came 1861. people, byent of the shallople, for the people not perish from this earth. none, but charity for all. america began to rebuild. ♪ >> you know what i mean. >> what the matter, jim? are you quitting? >> united states calvary. >> he thought in the , the 24therican war and 25th infantry. cuba,er we cleaned up in we build factories, cities, everything. panama.o job connecting the atlantic and pacific. a little job. ♪ >> in france, jim was not there, but his sons
CSPAN
Dec 28, 2014 9:55pm EST
george washington carver honored in the chemistry of agriculture, and the men and women building the monuments of tomorrow. law, elected judge, new york city port, serving his second term. the only other american with admiral parry when our flag was planted on the north pole. medicine leading new york city surgeon. father of the blues. father of the blues financier and accomplisher, contributing to the war bond drive. education, principal of a new york city school. curator, collector of literature international prize-winning sculptor. singer. ♪ >> you're watching american
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2014 12:52am EST
progress through education and industry. the late george washington carver, honored in the chemistry of agriculture, and the men and women building the monuments of tomorrow. law, elected judge, new york city port, serving his second term. the only other american with admiral parry when our flag was planted on the north pole. medicine, leading new york city surgeon. father of the blues. financier and publisher contribute into the war bond drive. -- contributing to the war bond drive. curator, schomburg collection of literature. international prize-winning sculptor. singer. ♪ >> with live coverage of the u.s. house on c-span and the senate on c-span two, here on c-span3 we complement that coverage by showing you the most relevant congressional hearings and public affairs of vents. on weekends we are home to see -- american history tv with programs that tell our nations story. including the civil war of anniversary, visiting battlefields and key events. american artifacts, discovering what artifacts reveal about america's past. he group of shelf -- history bookshelf, the presidency, loo
CSPAN
Oct 28, 2016 2:46am EDT
on saturday at 7:00, texas general land office commissioner george p. bush. state senator jose menendez. musician phil collins talk about the spanish mission the alamo at the 2016 texas tribune festival in austin. >> the memories i have, impressions of that time, were this group of people were going and they knew they were going to die but they went. or they were there. crockett went. but there was something very noble and very romantic. i've learnt that it wasn't quite as black and white. and that's one of the things i think would be good in this day and age, that we put it into context. >> then sunday evening at 6:00 on "american artifacts" -- >> macarthur's up front. you notice he's not wearing a weapon. he would often lead attacks carrying nothing but that riding crop that you see in his left hand. and the men looked at this and realized, hey, if the colonel, later the brigadier, if the colonel can take it, well, i can take it too. >> we visit the macarthur memorial in norfolk, virginia, to learn about the early life of douglas macarthur, who commanded allied forces in the
CSPAN
Dec 13, 2014 1:44pm EST
george washington chemistrynored in the of agriculture, and the men and women building the monuments of elected judge, serving his second 10-year term. explorer. our flag was planted on the north pole. a leading new york city surgeon. father of the blues. a publisher contributing to the war bond drive. education. principal of a new york city school. collector of literature. singer. men and women -- as the u.s.unday capital historical society awards congressman john lewis the 2014 freedom award in the statuary hall. during the 1960's civil rights movement, he served as chairman of the student nonviolent coordinating committee and helped organize the march on washington, and the voting rights march from montgomery, alabama. this sunday evening, here on c-span three, american history tv. touringyear, c-span's cities across the country, exploring american history. next, look at our recent visit to waco, texas. you are watching american history tv, all weekend on c-span3. ♪ [jazz music] >> waco is the home of dr pepper, and it started in 1885 when a pharmacist named charles alderton was
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)