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The Midnight Ride
A revolutionary podcast about the life and times of Colonial America, and the challenges, struggles, and success and victories of the young American Republic
Recent Episodes for The Midnight Ride
DATE: Sun, 29 Aug 2010
SIZE: 40.7 MB
Next stop: Gettysburg
Join Tom, Scott, James, and his charming friend, Cinderella, as we journey to historic Gettysburg to discuss the bloodiest battle on American soil. After joking about the statue of General Buford being waxed and blow-torched, we visit the newly restored Gettysburg Train station, talkng to locals about the Ground Hog Day type time warp of the town they live in: in Gettysburg it's always early July of 1863! Then we talk about the spooky Lincoln ghost train, and Robert E. Lee's worst mistake of the war. Finally, we fast-forward to General Dwight D. Eisenhower who retired to Gettysburg as we chat with one of his neighbors, comparing Pickett's Charge up Cemetary Ridge to the D-Day invasion.
DATE: Wed, 10 Mar 2010
SIZE: 38.2 MB
A Trip to Old Sturbridge Village
Join Tom and James as they journey back in timeto Old Sturbridge Village (http://www.osv.org/) a historical theme park set in 1830s Jacksonian America, when most government was handled at the town meeting level. It was a very self-sufficient time when most everything was grown or made close to home. Menlived their entire lives within twenty miles of their birthplace, the farmer down the road might also be a cooper on his day off, andand owning a horse was the equivalent of a Porsche 930 SE. As James and Tom wander the town, they find out what it meant to be a blacksmith, a cooper, what did kids do for fun back then, what sheep are like, and what types of punishment wereinflicted when they disobeyed the young school Mistress at the one-room schoolhouse?
Recent Comments for The Midnight Ride
These guys do an excellent American History podcast, just too bad they have slowed down on their output. The Great Awakening episode was particularly good. This should be required listening for HS history classes, but then again it might not fit with the agenda of the left to create drones and parasites.
Submitted By: Jquinn@... (on 9-2013)
Just stumbled upon this podcast, looking for history of liberty. Fantastic job
Submitted By: mattlport@... (on 2-2013)