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The Story of Louie L’amour

If you’re like me, you probably heard many fascinating tales from your grandparents when you were a kid.  Their stories of living history were something…

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Limpy Jack

Today’s feature is about a man named Limpy Jack.  With a name like that, I suppose we already have you hooked.  This is the story…

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History in Jamestown, North Dakota

Many forts on the high plains came and went as needs for protection passed.  One such fort can be found in Jamestown, North Dakota and…

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The Jamestown Courthouse

In Jamestown, North Dakota you will find a grand old courthouse that was an important part of the statehood process.  The fact his courthouse is…

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How Bismarck Became Capital of North Dakota

How did Bismarck become the capital of North Dakota?  Someone made sure the committee making the decision didn’t get to see the other town vying…

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Civil War Veterans’ Homes

The Civil War ended in 1865…but how long did the veterans of that war live?  There is some controversy over who was the last man…

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Care of Civil War Soldiers

Today veterans hospitals and retirement homes are common place, but in the years after the Civil War, grassroots efforts began to establish and fund the…

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A Crop Where You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Heights

Some farmers need expensive, high tech equipment to harvest their crops.  This crop requires a very low-tech method of harvest…but it does help if you…

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A Most Unusual Crop

David’s farm is just 2 ½ acres in size…but that does not mean he’s not busy.  In fact, the crop he grows will require full…

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Posted in American Countryside Best of California

The Best of the Best Tour

Before Palm Springs was a resort town…before Palm Springs was really even a town for that matter, movie stars began building their second homes here. …

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A Record-Setting Pilot

Most people have heard of Chuck Yeager, but most have not heard of his good friend Jackie…a pilot who set more aviation records that any…

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Inside A Silo

You can find plenty of silos in South Dakota, but there are only two of this type still around.  We’ll take you to a silo…

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The Cold War

When the Soviet Union launched Sputnik into space in the late 1950s, it put the U.S. on notice that the realm of outer space was…

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The Other Minutemen

The first minutemen where the soldiers at Lexington and Concord – those who fired those shots heard ‘round the world.  About two centuries later there…

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Balancing School and Acting

It’s tough balancing school with acting in the movies.  But that’s exactly what today’s guests are doing – and they are speaking two languages as…

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Giving Kisses

Today’s guest has a most interesting job.  He gives many kisses to many ladies and people like to follow his intriguing life.  What’s his story?…

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The King of Marriage

Tom Mix was known as the King of the Cowboys, starring in over 300 films from 1910 to 1935. He might also be the king…

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The King of the Cowboys: Tom Mix

He was king of the cowboys, a real-life ranch hand that won the hearts of the nation with his amazing feats on Tony the Wonder…

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A Lifetime Opportunity

It was quite an opportunity – manage a farm for two decades and then be given nearly 10,000 acres of land in return.  That was…

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Bonanza Farms

They were some of the largest farms on the continent.  Called bonanza farms, they stretched for thousand of acres and employed hundreds to till the…

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