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141. Song of America   Publication: Split Rock Records, Inc. 2007 , Disc: 1 1. Earl Bullhead - Lakota Dream Song [3:08] 2. Julie Lee - Once More Our God Vouchsafe To Shine [3:07] 3. The Blind Boys of Alabama - Let Us Break Bread Together [3:49] 4. John Wesley Harding - God Save The King [3:49] 5. Elizabeth Foster - Young Ladies In Town [3:01] 6. Malcom Holcombe - The Old Woman Taught Wisdom [6:30] 7. Ed Pettersen - The Liberty Song [4:59] 8. Harper Simon - Yankee Doodle [3:29] 9. The Wilders - Jefferson & Liberty [2:10] 10. Steven Kowalczyk-Santoro - Hail Columbia [2:56] 11. Take 6 - The Star Spangled Banner [2:04] 12. Beth Nielsen Chapman - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child [5:09] 13. Freedy Johnston - Peg and Awl [4:34] 14. BR549 - Sweet Betsy From Pike [4:23] 15. Will & Jehnean - Trail of Tears [4:35] 16. Minton Sparks/Pat Flynn - Declaration Of Sentiments [4:34] 17. Fisk Jubilee Singers - Go Down Moses [3:44] 18. The Mavericks featuring Thad Cockrell - Dixie's Land [6:13] Various - | Disc: 2 1. Marah - John Brown's Body [2:40] 2. Joanna Smith - Battle Hymn of the Republic [5:15] 3. Janis Ian - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye [2:09] 4. Tim O'Brien - Thousands Are Sailing To Amerikay [4:24] 5. Otis Gibbs - The Farmer Is The Man [3:03] 6. Joni Harms - Home On The Range [4:30] 7. Jake Shimabukuro - Stars & Stripes Forever [2:28] 8. Judith Edelman & Neilson Hubbard - Sleep, My Child (Schlof Mayn Kind) [4:47] 9. Jen Chapin - Over There [2:31] 10. Andrew Bird - How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm [5:04] 11. Karen Parks - Lift Every Voice and Sing! [5:11] 12. Danielson - Happy Days Are Here Again [3:05] 13. Andy Bey - Brother Can Spare A Dime? [6:30] 14. Jim Lauderdale - Seven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent Meat [2:11] 15. Old Crow Medicine Show - Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) [4:56] 16. Suzy Bogguss - Rosie The Riveter [2:31] 17. Folk Family Robinson - Reuben James [4:04] Various - Song of America | Disc: 3 1. Elizabeth Cook and The Grascals - The Great Atomic Power [2:45] 2. Devendra Banhart - Little Boxes [4:08] 3. The Del McCoury Band - The Times They Are A Changin' [3:49] 4. Scott Kempner - Apache Tears [3:42] 5. Kim Richey - Get Together [4:01] 6. The Dynamites with Charles Walker - Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud [4:32] 7. Ben Taylor - Ohio [2:40] 8. Anthony David - What's Going On? [5:02] 9. Martha Wainwright - I Am Woman [3:27] 10. Matthew Ryan - Youngstown [4:14] 11. Gary Heffern & Chris Eckman - Wave [4:35] 12. Shortee - The Message [6:34] 13. Bettye LaVette - Streets of Philadelphia [3:49] 14. The Wrights - Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning [5:30] 15. John Mellencamp - This Land Is Your Land [4:10] | Artists as diverse as John Mellencamp, Blind Boys of Alabama, Martha Wainwright, The Black Crowes and Andrew Bird contribute tracks to SONG OF AMERICA, a unique 50-song, three-CD set envisioned by former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno and artist/producer Ed Pettersen, and co-produced by Pettersen, Bob Olhsson and Grammy-winning producer David Macias. Date: 2007 Availability: No items available:

142. U.S. Presidential Inauguration 2009   Publication: 2009 . 55 mins. , Inaugural Program for the 56th Presidential Inauguration WASHINGTON, DC - The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies announced the program for the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2009. The order of the program will be as follows: Musical Selections The United States Marine Band. Musical Selections The San Francisco Boys Chorus and the San Francisco Girls Chorus. Call to Order and Welcoming Remarks The Honorable Dianne Feinstein. Invocation Dr. Rick Warren, Saddleback Church, Lake Forest, CA. Musical Selection Aretha Franklin Oath of Office Administered to Vice President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. By Associate Justice of the Supreme Court The Honorable John Paul Stevens Musical Selection, John Williams, composer/arranger Itzhak Perlman, Violin Yo-Yo Ma, Cello Gabriela Montero, Piano Anthony McGill, Clarinet Oath of Office Administered to President-elect Barack H. Obama By the Chief Justice of the United States The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr. Inaugural Address The President of the United States, The Honorable Barack H. Obama Poem Elizabeth Alexander. Benediction The Reverend Dr. Joseph E. Lowery. The National Anthem The United States Navy Band "Sea Chanters" | video provided by the United State Senate Date: 2009 Availability: No items available:

143. Walt Disney World / producer, Cindy Robinson ; writers, Jon Jefferson, Cindy Robinson ; produced by Jupiter Entertainment for the History Channel.   Publication: A&E Television Networks Distributed by New Video [United States] [New York] 2006 . 1 videodisc (ca. 100 ) sd., col. , Walt Disney World is a magical place, full of animated storybook characters, majestic castles, thrilling rides, and colorful parades. For over thirty-five years, Walt Disney World has been welcoming and entertaining "kids" of all ates, cultures, and backgrounds. Orlando's Walt Disney World is not only the most visited theme park in the world it's also the most technologically advanced. From a network of underground tunnels connecting the various regions of the park to the space-age propulsion technology called linear synchronous motors Disney has been at the leading edge of theme park technology since it invented the theme park with the opening of Disneyland in 1954. Soaring castles sleek monorails life-like animatronics Modern Marvels: Walt Disney World takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes tour of the ingenious technology and incredible engineering feats that went into building the 27000 acre complex. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available:

144. Growing up online   Publication: Boston [United States] WGBH Educational Foudnation PBS Home Video [distibutor] 2008 . 1 videodisc (60 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 in. , MySpace. YouTube. Facebook. Friendster. Nearly every teen in America is on the Internet every day, socializing with friends and strangers alike, "trying on" identities, and building a virtual profile of themselves - one that many kids insist is a more honest depiction of who they really are than the person they portray at home or in school. Growing Up Online peers inside the world of this cyber-savvy generation through the eyes of teens and their parents, who often find themselves on opposite sides of a new digital divide. A generation with a radically different notion of privacy and personal space, today's adolescents are grappling with issues their parents never had to deal iwth: from cyber bullying to instant "Internet fame," to the specter of online sexual predators. Frontline investigates the risks, realities, and misconceptions of teenage self-expression on the World Wide Web. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

145. Alice Walker: Everyday Use   Publication: Princeton, NJ Films for the Humanities & Sciences 2004 . 26 mins. ; color. , Maggie sees the old family quilt—an heirloom already promised to her—as something with practical utility as well as tradition. Her educated, social activist sister wants to hang it on the wall as folk art. With whom will their mother side? A study in class differences and the reclamation of Black history, Alice Walker’s short story "Everyday Use" is beautifully realized in this dramatization. (26 minutes) Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

146. Connect with English   Publication: Washington, DC: Annenberg/CPB 2004 . 48 episodes. color , Connect with English, Through the story of Rebecca, an aspiring singer on a journey across America, Connect With English touches on life's important issues. This English teaching series is for levels from high beginning through low and high intermediate. Episode 1: Rebecca's Dream. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, affirmative statements; subject pronouns; imperatives. | Episode 2: Difference. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, negative statements; indefinite articles a and an sentences with there is/there are; compound sentences with and. | Episode 3: A visit to the Doctor. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, yes/no questions; short answers to yes/no questions with be; possessive adjectives and possessive nouns. | Episode 4: Celebrations. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, affirmative statements; definite article the; noun phrase: article + adjective + noun. | Episode 5: Breaking the News. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, negative statements; wh- questions with who and what; compound sentences with but. | Episode 6: Saying Goodbye. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions with when; prepositions to tell when (present time). | Episode 7: Leaving Home. Grammar lessons: future with going to; wh- questions with where; adverbs and prepositions to tell where. | Episode 8: The Stranger. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, affirmative statements; direct object nouns; direct object pronouns. | Episodes 9: The Motel. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, negative statements; demonstrative adjectives; demonstrative pronouns. Episodes | 10: Negotiations. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; possessive pronouns; can (ability, possibility). | Episodes 11: Photos and Farewells. Grammar lessons: be: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; count and non-count nouns. | Episodes 12: A New Home. Grammar lessons: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (regular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; adverbs and prepositions to tell when (past time). | Episode 13:Job Hunting. Grammar review be: present tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; be: present tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 14: A Bad Day. Grammar review be: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: past tense, yes/no questions and answers; be: past tense, wh- questions and short answers. | Episode 15: A Night Out. Grammar lessons: can and could (ability, possibility); can you/could you/would you (requests); can, could, and may (permission). | Episode 16: First Day of Class. Grammar review: direct object nouns and pronouns; grammar lessons: direct object infinitives: affirmative and negative statements; direct object infinitives: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episode 17:Casey at Bat. Grammar review: present continuous tense, affirmative and negative statements; present continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present continuous tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 18:The Art Gallery. Grammar review: simple present tense, affirmative and negative statements; simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; simple present tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 19:The Picinic. Grammar review: count nouns; non-count nouns; grammar lessons: sentences with there was/there were. | Episode 20: Prejudice. Grammar review: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (regular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers (regular verbs); simple past tense, wh- questions and answers (regular verbs). | Episode 21: A Difficult Decision. Grammar review: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (irregular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers (irregular verbs); simple past tense, wh- questions and short answers (irregular verbs). | Episode 22: Guitar Lessons. Grammar lessons: should and must: affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; compound sentences with and, too, and either; tag questions with be, should, and can. | Episode 23: The Retirement Party. Grammar lessons: the future with will: affirmative and negative statements; the future with will: yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions; present continuous tense and simple present tense for future meaning. | Episode 24: The Phone Call. Grammar lessons: have to: present tense, affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; have to: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; compound sentences with or. | Episode 25:Review. Grammar lessons: used to: affirmative and negative statements; drawing conclusions: might and must in affirmative and negative statements; cardinal and ordinal numbers. | Episode 26:The Emergency. Grammar lessons: past continuous tense, affirmative statements; past continuous tense, negative statements; stative verbs. | Episode 27:Bade News. Grammar lessons: past continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; past continuous tense, wh- questions; there is/are and there was/were: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episode 28:Brothers. Grammar lessons: adverbial phrases and clauses: one action before or after another action; adverbial phrases and clauses: two actions at the same time; past continuous and simple past tense. | Episode 29:Grief. Grammar lessons: indirect object nouns and pronouns: affirmative and negative statements; indirect object nouns and pronouns: yes/no questions and short answers; indirect objects and direct objects: wh- questions and answers. | Episode 30:Life Goes On. Grammar lessons: present perfect tense, affirmative statements; adverbials with present perfect tense; present perfect tense and simple past tense. | Episode 31: A Box of Memories. Grammar lessons: present perfect tense, negative statements; present perfect tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect tense, wh- questions | Episode 32 : The Missing Car. Grammar lessons: present perfect continuous tense, affirmative statements; present perfect continuous tense, negative statements; comparative and superlative | Episode 33: The Breakdown. Grammar lessons: present perfect continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect continuous tense, wh- questions; review: direct object infinitives: affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions. | Episode 34: A Call for Help. Grammar lessons: direct object gerunds: affirmative and negative statements; direct object gerunds: yes/no questions and short answers; subject gerunds. | Episdoe 35: Changes. Grammar lessons: adverbial phrases and clauses of reason: affirmative and negative statements; adverbial phrases and clauses of reason: yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions with why; so/such ... that. | Episdoe 36: The Farm. Grammar lessons: direct speech; present conditional statements; future conditional statements. | Episode 37:Thanksgiving. Grammar review: past continuous tense, affirmative and negative statements; past continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions and answers; past continuous tense and simple past tense. | Episode 38:Starting Over. Grammar review: wh- questions with who, what, when, where, why, and how long; grammar lessons: wh- questions: who/what as subjects; who/whom/what as objects; wh- questions with what/which/how much/how many (+ noun). | Episode 39:The Pressure's On. Grammar review: present perfect tense, affirmative and negative statements; contrast present perfect tense and simple past tense; grammar lessons: irregular simple past tense and past participles. | Episode 40:Sharing Feelings. Grammar review: present perfect tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect tense, wh- questions; grammar lessons: reflexive pronouns. | Episode 41: Unexpected Offers. Grammar lessons: past perfect tense, affirmative and negative statements; past perfect tense and simple past tense; past perfect tense: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episdoe 42: The Audition. Grammar lessons: wh- questions with how often; frequency expressions; adverbs of frequency; wh- questions with how and adverbs of manner; wh- questions with whose; possessive adjectives, nouns, and pronouns. | Episode 43: Dreamcatcher. Grammar lessons: adjective clauses: describing people; adjective clauses: describing things; adjective clauses: describing people and things. | Episode 44: Gifts. Grammar lessons: direct speech; grammar lessons: indirect speech; embedded questions. | Episode 45 True Love. Grammar review: direct object gerunds; direct object infinitives; direct object infinitives with subjects. lessons: contrary-to-fact conditional statements. | Episode 46 Friendship. Grammar lessons: passive voice: simple present tense, affirmative and negative statements; passive voice: simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; prepositional phrases with by in passive voice statements. | Episode 47 The Lost Boys. Grammar lessons: passive voice: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements; passive voice: simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; transitive and intransitive verbs. | Episode 48 A Very Good Year. Grammar review: present conditional statements; future conditional statements; grammar Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

147. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. Historical content is delivered 'on demand' with unprecedented ease, allowing teachers and students instantaneous access to specific information. | Volume 1: 1800-1813 1800 – WASHINGTON DC BECOMES THE NATION’S CAPITAL 1803 – THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1804 – LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 1807 – ROBERT FULTON AWAKENS THE WORLD TO THE STEAMBOAT 1811 – BATTLE OF TIPPICANOE 1811 – NEW MADRID EARTHQUAKE | Volume 2: 1814-1826 1814 – WASHINGTON DC IS CAPTURED AND BURNED BY THE BRITISH 1814 – STAR SPANGLED BANNER IS WRITTEN 1815 – BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS 1819 – WASHINGTON IRVING PUBLISHES “RIP VAN WINKLE” 1821 – INAUGURATION OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL 1825 – ERIE CANAL IS COMPLETED 1826 – JAMES FENIMORE COOPER PUBLISHES “LAST OF THE MOHICANS” 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

148. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 3: 1827-1846 1831 – CYRUS McCORMICK DEMONSTRATES HIS MECHANICAL REAPER 1831 – NAT TURNER BEGINS HIS REBELLION 1832 – BLACK HAWK WAR ENDS WITH MASSACRE AT BAD AXE RIVER 1836 – ALAMO FALLS 1845 – EDGAR ALLEN POE PUBLISHES “THE RAVEN” 1846 – THE DONNER PARTY STARTS WEST 1846 – UNITED STATES DECLARES WAR ON MEXICO | Volume 4: 1846-1860 1846 – DR.MORTON DEMONSTRATES PAINLESS SURGERY USING ETHER 1848 – GOLD IS DISCOVERED AT SUTTER’S MILL 1849 – TREATY BETWEEN U.S. AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 1852 – HARRIET BEECHER STOWE PUBLISHES “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” 1854 – COMMODORE PERRY LANDS IN JAPAN 1858 – LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES BEGIN 1860 – PONY EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE BEGINS 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

149. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 5: 1861-1865 1861 – ELEVEN STATES COMPRISE THE CONFEDERACY 1862 – CONGRESS SETS FORTH THE HOMESTEAD ACT 1863 – LINCOLN SIGNS EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 1863 – LINCOLN DELIVERS HIS GETTYSBURG ADDRESS 1865 – LEE SURRENDERS AT APPOMATTOX 1865 – ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ASSASSINATED 1865 – FORMATION OF THE KU KLUX KLAN Volume 6: 1866-1870 1867 – CARPETBAGGERS DESCEND ON THE SOUTH 1867 – U.S. ACQUIRES ALASKA… SEWARD’S FOLLY 1868 – PRESIDENT JOHNSON IS IMPEACHED 1869 – COMPLETION OF THE TRANS CONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1870 – ROCKEFELLER INCORPORATES STANDARD OIL CO. OF OHIO | Volume 6: 1866-1870 1867 – CARPETBAGGERS DESCEND ON THE SOUTH 1867 – U.S. ACQUIRES ALASKA… SEWARD’S FOLLY 1868 – PRESIDENT JOHNSON IS IMPEACHED 1869 – COMPLETION OF THE TRANS CONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1870 – ROCKEFELLER INCORPORATES STANDARD OIL CO. OF OHIO 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

150. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 7: 1871-1881 1871 – CHICAGO FIRE 1872 – SUSAN B. ANTHONY IS ARRESTED FOR VOTING 1875 – ROBERT SMALLS, FORMER SLAVE, ELECTED TO THE HOUSE 1876 – ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL DEMONSTRATES THE TELEPHONE 1876 – BATTLE OF LITTLE BIG HORN 1879 – THOMAS EDISON DEMONSTRATES THE INCANDESCENT LAMP 1880 – GEORGE EASTMAN PATENTS KODAK ROLL FILM 1881 – BOOKER T. WASHINGTON OPENS TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

151. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 1 :1701 The English Board of Trade Creates Royal Colonies 1701 The French Return Soldiers to the North American Interior 1701 Yale College is Founded 1702 Colonists Sack St Augustine 1702 Cotton Mather publishes "The Ecclesiastical History of New England." 1709 Quakers Erect a Meeting House in Boston 1713 Treaty of Utrecht 1713 Capt. Robinson Designs and Constructs a Schooner Total Time: 23:50 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

152. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 3: 1739 The Great Awakening Begins 1739 Black Uprising in South Carolina 1739 The War of Jenkins Ear Begins 1739-41 New Explorations 1747 The Ohio Land Company is Established 1750 Native American Horse Cultures Dominate the Great Plains 1750 Parliament Passes Iron Act Total Time: 23:35 | Program 4: 1750 The Flatboat and Conestoga Wagon Make Their Appearance in Pennsylvania 1754 The Albany Plan of Union 1754 - 1763 the French and Indian War 1760 James Otis Fights for the Security of People in Their Homes 1763 Ottawa Chief Pontiac's War for Independence 1765 The Stamp Act is Passed 1765 Samuel Adams Forms the Sons of Liberty Total Time: 26:30 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

153. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 5: 1766 John Singleton Copley Paints "Boy with the Squirrel" 1767 Daniel Boone Views Kentucky 1768 Indiana Co. buys 1,800,000 acres from the Iroquois 1770 The Liberty Pole Riot and the Boston Massacre 1773 The Boston Tea Party 1774 The First Continental Congress Meets in Philadelphia 1775 Battle of Lexington and Concord 1775 George Washington Assumes Command of Continental Army 1776 Thomas Paine Publishes Common Sense 1776 The Declaration of Independence Total Time: 26:20 | Program 6: 1776 Washington Crosses the Delaware 1777 Congress Mandates the American Flag 1777 Second Battle of Saratoga 1777 John Paul Jones Sets Sail 1777-78 The Winter at Valley Forge 1778 George Rogers Clark Captures Kaskaskia 1781 The Siege of Yorktown 1783 The Treaty of Paris and the End of Revolutionary War Total Time: 25:50 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

154. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 7: 1783 Noah Webster Issues "Blue-backed Speller” 1785, 1787 The Continental Congress Passes Land Ordinance Acts 1786 Shay’s Rebellion 1787 The United States Constitution is Created 1789 George Washington Elected First President 1789 James Madison Proposes the Bill of Rights 1789 Alexander Hamilton Becomes Secretary of the Treasury and Shapes America's modern Industrial Economy 1790 Benjamin Franklin Dies Total Time: 25:00 | Program 8: 1792 Benjamin Banneker Saves the White House 1793 Congress Enacts a Fugitive Slave Law 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion is Put Down 1794 & 1795 The Jay and Pinckney Treaties Protect America's Westward Expansion 1796 John Adams Becomes the Second President of United States Inaugurating the Two-party System 1797 U.S.S. Constitution is Launched 1798 Alien and Sedition Acts Usher in a Bleak Period of American Political Freedom 1799 Eulogy for George Washington Ends the Century Total Time: 22:40 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

155. Globe trekker: American Rockies   Publication: Escapi New Media Studios AB. 2003 . 60 mins. : col. and b&w , City Guide Travel Guide DVD | Spanning a number of states in the Western part of North America, the American Rockies cover over 1,000 square miles from Canada to New Mexico. Steeped in myths and legends of American Indians and cowboys, it's an area better known as the Wild West. Traveller Ian Wright begins his journey in the Badlands of South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Next stop is the holy mountain of Bear Butte, where the Indian pay homage to the spirits. Travelling North he visits Deadwood, South Dakota, before continuing through Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He ends his journey in the world famous Yellowstone National Park. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

156. Globe trekker: Hawaii   Publication: Escapi New Media Studios AB. 2003 . 90mins. : col. and b&w , City Guide Travel Guide DVD | This isolated archipelago of eight paradise islands situated in the Pacific Ocean is the 50th state of the USA. Even though Hawaii is one of Americas favorite vacation spots, 30 years of mass tourism have failed to spoil the tropical beauty of this coloUrful chain of islands. Traveler Megan McCormick visits the Na Pali coast on the lush island of Kauai before heading south to Oahu and the big cities of Honolulu and Waikiki. She travels on to Maui to discover the world's largest inactive volcano and ends her journey on Hawaii, also know as the Big Island. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

157. Globe trekker: New Orleans   Publication: Escapi New Media Studios AB. 2004 . 60 mins. : col. and b&w , City Guide Travel Guide DVD | Situated in the state of Louisiana on the banks of the Mississippi, New Orleans was founded by the French in 1718, populated with Africans, given to the Spanish and sold to the Americans. This colourful history has given birth to beautiful, multicultural city. Follow traveller Justine Shapiro through the French Quarter, Warehouse District and Garden District to discover the history, drama and legend that is 'The Big Easy' Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

158. Globe trekker: Deep South USA   Publication: Escapi New Media Studios AB. 2004 . 60 mins. : col. and b&w , City Guide Travel Guide DVD | Situated in the South East corner of the USA, the states of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi are also known as the Bible Belt. It's home to the Civil Rights Movementand the birth place of the Blues, but its greatest boast is simply good ole Southern hospitality. Traveler Ian Wright goes trekking in the Great Smokey Mountains, before driving south to Atlanta, Georgia. He then catches the bus to Tuskegee, Alabama and the idyllic beaches of the Gulf shores. Traveling down Highway 61 through Vicksburg and Clarksdale, he ends his journey in Memphis, Tennessee. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

159. Globe trekker: South West USA   Publication: Escapi New Media Studios AB. 2004 . 60 mins. : col. and b&w , City Guide Travel Guide DVD | The vast and dramatic landscapes of Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico are the perfect destination for a road trip. Traditional images of arid deserts and prickly cacti contrast dramatically with the rich influences of Native American, Hispanic and Anglo American cultures. Traveller Justine Shapiro starts her adventure in Gallup, on the New Mexico border. Heading east through Santa Fe and Taos, she then moves south to Roswell. Continuing her journey by motorcycle, she heads northwest to Tucson in the state of Arizona. After a stop at the Grand Canyon she enters the final leg of her journey via Las Vegas to Nevada's Black Rock Desert. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

160. A history of women's achievements   Publication: New York, NY : Ambrose DVD, 2006 . 4 videos (8 programs, 29 minutes each) , The unique and independent American woman: adventurer... pioneer... poet... mother... educator... artist... freedom fighter. A History of Women's Achievement in America examines the 400-year history of American women's inspiring accomplishments and victories. | Disc one : Program 2 : The Era of Women's Firsts 1836 - Hispanic-American Juana Briones Establishes San Francisco 1837 - Mary Lyon Founds Mount Holyoke, the First Women's College 1846 - Susan Magoffin Travels the Santa Fe Trail 1847 - Maria Mitchell is the First Scientist to Discover a Comet Using a Telescope 1849 - Amelia Bloomer Publishes The Lily, the First National Magazine for Women 1851 - Sojourner Truth Addresses a Women's Rights Convention in Ohio | Disc two : Program 3: Women Speak Out 1852 - Harriet Beecher Stowe Writes Uncle Tom's Cabin 1852 - Emily Dickinson Publishes First Poem 1856 - Harriet Tubman Becomes the Most Notorious Underground Railroad Conductor 1868 - Louisa May Alcott Writes Little Women 1872 - Susan B. Anthony is Arrested for Voting 1881 - Clara Barton Founds the American Red Cross 1885 - Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Belle Starr and the Women of the Wild, Wild West | Disc two : program 4 : America Enters the World of Nations 1889 - Jane Addams Founds Hull House in Chicago 1889 - Nellie Bly Goes Around the World in 72 Days 1891 - Mary Cassatt's First Solo Art Show in Paris 1893 - Ida B. Wells-Barnett Crusades Against Black Lynching in America 1904 - Gertrude Pridgett (Ma Rainey) Introduces the Blues 1905 - Isadora Duncan Opens First School of Modern Dance 1912 - Juliette Gordon Low Founds the Girl Scouts of America | Disc three: program 5 : Women Begin to Transform Themselves 1916 - Jeannette Rankin Becomes the First Woman Elected to the U.S. Congress 1920 - Edith Wharton Wins a Pulitzer Prize for The Age of Innocence 1920 - Women Gain the Right to Vote 1928 - Margaret Mead Publishes Coming of Age in Samoa 1929 - Georgia O'Keeffe Visits New Mexico for the First Time 1932 - Amelia Earhart Flies the Atlantic Ocean Solo 1935 - Mary McLeod Bethune Founds the National Council of Negro Women | Disc three: Program 6 : America Becomes a Super Power 1936 - Eleanor Roosevelt Transforms the Role of First Lady 1942 - "Rosie the Riveter" Joins the War Effort 1950 - Babe Didrikson Named Woman Athlete of the Half Century 1950 - Gwendolyn Brooks Wins the Pulitzer Prize 1950 - Margaret Chase Smith Stands Up to Joseph McCarthy withDeclaration of Conscience Speech 1955 - Rosa Parks Refuses to Give Up Her Seat on a Montgomery Bus to a White Passenger 1956 - Tennis-Pro Althea Gibson Becomes the First African American Woman to Win Grand Slam Tourney | Disc four: Program 7 : American Women Find Their Voice 1959 - Lorraine Hansberry's Play A Raisin in the Sun is Produced 1963 - Betty Friedan Launches the New Women's Movement 1967 - Lynn Margulis Explains the Origin of Complex Biological Life 1969 - Joan Ganz Cooney Launches Sesame Street 1973 - Roe v. Wade Strikes Down Anti-Abortion Laws 1978 - Hispanic Golfer Nancy Lopez Wins Her First LPGA Championship 1981 - Women in the Legal System and Sandra Day O'Connor | Disc four: Program 8 : A New Age of Equality 1985 - Wilma Mankiller Becomes Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation 1986 - Oprah Winfrey Initiates a New Era for Women in Television 1989 - Asian American Amy Tan Publishes The Joy Luck Club 1997 - Madeleine Albright Begins a New Era for Women in American Leadership 1998 - Pleasant Rowland Sells the American Girl Company 2001 - Linda Alvarado Wins the Horatio Alger Award Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: