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A Modern Castle: The Rebirth Of The Canadian Museum Of Nature - Video

The Canadian Museum of Nature has been a beloved Ottawa landmark for decades and was the birthplace of Canada's national museums. But the imposing 100-year-old heritage building needed a major overhaul to restore it to its original splendour
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Adele's Wish - Video

Adele’s Wish is the remarkable story of an 84-year-old Los Angeles woman's struggle to recover five rare paintings stolen from her family by the Nazis in 1938.
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African-American History - African Contributions To US History

Discover the far-reaching influence of Africans throughout United States history. Find out how Africans influenced westward expansion, discover why Africans were enslaved and examine their dynamic struggle for freedom.
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After The Fall - Video

This films documents the scientific, technological and engineering effort involved in unearthing the details of the New York's World Trade Center collapse.
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American History Video Quiz (10 Pack) DVD

Nothing strikes fear in students like an American history test! Now you can ease their anxiety with this 10-volume American History Video Quiz Series. A brief overview of each period in American history is followed by multiple-choice questions.

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Anatomy of a Warship DVD

HMCS Winnipeg is ready for 21st Century battle. She bristles with the latest in anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles, computer controlled rapid firing weapons and high speed jet propulsion. Get special access into one of the most advanced naval warships as she trains and sails for a six-month mission off the coast of Iraq.
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AP U.S. History Exam Prep (DVD)

AP* U.S. History is the most taken AP* exam, with over 360,000 students taking the test in 2009. This video program fully prepares students with thorough explanations of the most pivotal events in U.S. history. 30 key topics are reviewed ranging from Articles of Confederation all the way through the Civil Rights Movement & Vietnam war.

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Charles Drew: Revolutionized Medical Science

CHARLES DREW born 1904, was an African American physician and medical researcher who revolutionized the field of medicine with developments in blood-work.
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Chester Himes: A Rage In Harlem, Internationally Acclaimed Writer

CHESTER HIMES born 1909 in Jefferson, Missouri into a middle class academic black family was an internationally acclaimed African American writer who created a violent and cynical picture of the black experience in America by writing about his encounters with racism.
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Complete Early U.S. History And Modern U.S. History Series (10 Pack) DVD

Our Early U.S. History Series takes students on a trip through the formative years of the U.S. They are the perfect complement to your existing social studies curriculum.
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Complete Early U.S. History And Modern U.S. History Video Quiz Series (10 Pack) DVD

Our Modern U.S. History Series offers information from our westward expansion to the incredible advances in technology that changed our nation’s history. This set will enhance your history teachings.
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Dr. Daniel Hale Williams: First Black Heart Surgeon In America

FIRST BLACK HEART SURGEON IN AMERICA. DANIEL HALE WILLIAMS was an African-American cardiologist that performed the first successful open heart surgery.
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Factory City - Video

They live there. They eat there. Their children attend school there. But most of all, they work there. They are the 17000 employees of EUPA, a "Factory City" in the southeast corner of China. EUPA's massive workforce pumps out 15 million irons per year, millions of sandwich grills, microwaves, coffee makers and blenders. Now they are about to take the manufacturing world by storm with their introduction of solar powered products.
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Field Trips to Yesterday Series (4 Pack) DVD

Students meet the settlers at Plymouth Plantation, glimpse life in the original thirteen colonies and more!
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Historical Icons: Mandela – Man of Vision DVD

Join us as we explore the life of Nelson Mandela. He was born the son of a Thembu tribal chief in 1918 and grew up to be South Africa’s strongest voice against the government’s policy of racial segregation known as apartheid.
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How Hollywood Does It - Film History & Techniques 12 Program Set

A 12-part multi-part look at the history, techniques, movements and people who create the magic of film. Early Cinema: This program looks at the very birth of cinema in the late 1800s through the talkies in 1928. It is a multi-part look at the history, techniques, movements and people who created the magic that we call motion pictures.
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ISMS Series (7 Pack) DVD

From Colonialism to Communism, these seven programs offer valuable insight into the various types of government. Students get a first-hand look as they compare and contrast the different forms of government and use the information to form their own opinions. An important addition to every educational collection.
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Just The Facts - America's Documents Of Freedom (11 Pack)

This extensive series examines the historical documents that changed and shaped American history. Each 30-minute program examines an era of American history, including the political, social and economic factors that contributed to the creation of each document. This unique series enhances the study of American history through World War I.
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Just The Facts - American Presidents 9 Program Series

Using archival footage and photographs, this series documents the life, accomplishments, struggles and scandal of 9 of the U.S. Presidents
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Just The Facts - Colonization Of North America (4 Pack)

Just the Facts: The Colonization of North America teach about the first settlements, English settlements, Spanish settlements and French settlements.
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Just The Facts - Historical Icons: Famous African Americans

What famous city did Benjamin Banneker help design? Why was Harriet Tubman called the Mose of her people? Who were the Men of the Massachusetts 54th? Why was the peanut so important to the rebuilding of the south after the Civil War? Who delivered the famous I Have a Dream speech in Washington, D.C.? How did Sojourner Truth get her name? These are but a few of the questions answered in Famous African Americans.
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Just The Facts - Historical Icons: Great Women In American History DVD

Why did Abigail Adams urge her husband to "remember the ladies?" Why was Harriet Tubman called the "Moses" of her people? Who founded the American Red Cross? These are but a few of the questions answered in "Great Women in American History." Throughout U.S. history, women such as Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sojourner Truth, and Helen Keller, became inspirations for thousands of women everywhere.
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Just The Facts: Communist Revolution in China DVD

The two part video series investigates the key events, factors and ideologies which contributed to internal conflict and revolution in China, resulting in the creation of a Communist state in 1949.
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Just the Facts: Exploring Our Nation: Elementary/Middle School Superpack

In this program students will come to understand some of the rights and responsibilities we have as American citizens and the importance of participating in our democracy.
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Just the Facts: Exploring Our Nation: High School Superpack (DVDs)

This video series will teach high school students about the U.S. Constitution and it's Amendments, American Government and more.
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