How Thomas Jefferson Worked

Stuff You Missed in History Class: “How Thomas Jefferson Worked”

Thomas Jefferson’s life was peppered with accomplishments — but what about the disparity between his public image and private life? Check out our HowStuffWorks article to learn more about the fact and fiction surrounding Thomas Jefferson.

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Explore the rest of the collection from Stuff You Missed in History Class to find more Hamilton-related podcasts.

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Sybil: Hero of the American Revolution

Stories Podcast: “Sybil: Hero of the American Revolution”

You’ve heard of the ride of Paul Revere? Well, he wasn’t the only one! Here is the true story of Sybil Ludington, a young girl from New York and an American hero of the Revolutionary War.

Episode 4: Abigail Adams

Listen to this podcast focused entirely on Abigail Adams

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The Mysterious Disappearance of Theodosia Burr Alston

Aaron Burr’s daughter was incredibly smart and very well educated. She also vanished without a trace as an adult, and in some circles her ultimate fate is still a matter of debate.

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Hercules Mulligan, Spy on the Inside Pt. 1

Hercules Mulligan was indeed a real person who passed intelligence to George Washington, mostly through two means – one was an enslaved man named Cato, and the other was the Culper Spy Ring.

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Willowcast #31: Perfectly Presidential

Radio WillowWeb: Willowcast #31: “Perfectly Presidential”

Fifth graders give information about the office of President of the United States and becoming elected.

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Willowcast #20: The Constitution, Our Constitution

Radio WillowWeb: Willowcast #20: “The Constitution, Our Constitution”

Fifth graders in Ms. Sanborn’s class have studied the history of the United States Constitution. Charlie hosts this show with information on the writing of this document

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Willowcast #14: Life in the Colonies

Radio WillowWeb: Willowcast #14: “Life in the Colonies”

Shelby hosts this Willowcast about life in the 13 American colonies. Students from Ms. Sanborn’s fifth grade have a lot to share about how people lived in colonial times. You can look forward to segments about torture, geography, manners, and more!

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Radio WillowWeb

Radio WillowWeb

Explore the rest of the collection from Radio WillowWeb to find more Revolutionary War and Hamilton-related podcasts

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The History Chicks Episode 71: Schuyler Sisters with Amanda Vaill

The History Chicks: Episode 71: “Schuyler Sisters with Amanda Vaill”

Author Amanda Vaill has written several award winning biographies, scripts, articles and…be still our hearts.. been contracted to write a biography on the two most famous Schuyler sisters, Angelica and Eliza. She’s begun her research and graciously agreed to talk with us and dish Schuyler. We talk about the three sisters, the family that they came from, the families that they created, the rumors that surrounded them…basically who lived, who died and with Amanda’s help, we get to tell their story!

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The History Chicks

The History Chicks

Explore the rest of the collection from The History Chicks to find more podcasts about the women of revolutionary America

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