American History Tellers
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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life - the words you speak, the ideas you share - can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We'll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we'll show you how our history affected them, their families and affects you today. Hosted by Lindsay Graham (not the Senator). From Wondery, the network behind American Scandal, Tides of History, American Innovations and more.
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Introducing American History Tellers
Hearst vs Pulitzer | The Headless Torso | 2
History of the Lincoln Motor Company
A Look Back at The Newspaper Industry | 10
Wondery Presents - Flipping The Bird: Elon vs Twitter
Introducing: Reign of Error
The Cold War - An Ideological War | 1
The Cold War - Hearts and Minds | 2
The Cold War - Nuclear Fear | 3
The Cold War - The Nature of Risk | 4
The Cold War - The Long 1960s | 5
The Cold War - Last Man Standing | 6
The Cold War - Interview with Audra Wolfe and Patrick Wyman | 7
Prohibition - Closing Time | 1
Prohibition - Drying Out | 2
Prohibition - Speakeasy | 3
Prohibition - Poisoning the Well | 4
Prohibition - Down and Out | 5
Prohibition - We Want Beer | 6
Prohibition | Interview with Lillian Cunningham | 7
The name is Hidatsa, not Hidasta.
one of my favorite episodes!! this is my favorite season so far
white leaders did NOT do everything in their power to prevent black workers leaving. they didn't give workers supplies, land, or wages.
thank goodness he has voice actors this time
really interesting story. it is rare we hear about women during the revolution. thanks for sharing
It's too bad the Pendleton Civil Service Act isn't followed today; the current occupant has the most clueless & unqualified set of departments heads in generations.
Politically Correct Disclaimers....🙄
I remember Haig got absolutely roasted for his "I'm in charge" statement.
this is about the Whiskey rebellion, which is a later series. what happened to the Dutch Manhattan series?
the dust bowl was from 1930-1940. not 1934
Lincoln was a Democratic Republican when he died.
I always wanted to know how both moments look at each other. this opened my eyes
the same issues from the 1920's are still happening now. race inequality, women fighting for reproductive freedom, voting rights for people of color. scared religious conservatives. nothing changes
where can we find a script?
I learned new info. This podcast is excellent.
To portray LBJ as anything but the raging racist he was is laughable.
love the hooker commercial
It's the Twenties all over again, but this time fueled by the FED. With its low interest rates and endless money printing, it has created the everything bubble.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge aka Galloping Gertie the dog dies .... it's ok to say what it was rather than, south of Seattle. it's over 30minute drive by today's standards; not next door .... c'mon. the info isn't hidden and makes me wonder what else is falsified or slacked on fact-wise.