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Episode Eight History Detectives, Season 5 55:25   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Lincoln Letter - Buried in the images was a letter with the signature of Abraham Lincoln. Investigate Lincoln's political calculations at a pivotal time in his career. Quaker Map - Is a map bought at an estate sale by a New Jersey woman really of the fabled Underground Railroad? U.S.S. Indianapolis - Could items found in a cedar chest be from the kamikaze attack on the U.S.S. Indianapolis? Details
Episode Eight History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     A late-18th-century book autographed by President John Adams; the "spoon of atrocities;" and a piece of the fabled NC-4. Details
Episode Eleven History Detectives, Season 6 54:12   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     An African-American spirituals book, a legendary acoustic guitar, and the birthplace of hip-hop. Details
Episode Five History Detectives, Season 5 55:14   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Great Mexican War Posters - Are posters found in a basement from news reels of the Mexican Revolution and did the cinematographer witness to this epic war? Nora Holt Autograph Book - What does an autograph book with signatures of Presidents Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge have to do with the Harlem Renaissance? Muhlenberg Robe - The detectives find out if Lutheran Reverend Peter Mulenberg really tore off his robe and gathered 300 men to join the American Revolution. Details
Episode Five History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     An artifact from the Hindenburg, a Bonus Army stamp, and the ring bell from a Jack Dempsey fight. Details
Episode Four History Detectives, Season 5 55:14   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Atocha Spanish Silver - The discovery of the Spanish ship Atocha in 1985 was legendary. A diver from the team received two silver bars as payment. Can the detectives to crack the code on his bars? Lucy Parsons Book - A Wesleyan student finds a book by anarchist Lucy Parsons. When Parson died, police confiscated all her literature. How did this book elude them? Pyle's Typewriter - A typewriter is believed to have belonged to WWII journalist, Ernie Pyle, America's most beloved battlefront correspondent. What history has typewriter written? Details
Episode Four History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     A World War II jacket, a vintage Airstream, and sheet music with a famous signature. Details
Episode Nine History Detectives, Season 5 55:23   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Bill Pickett Saddle - Did this well-worn saddle, owned by a woman on Staten Island, once belong to legendary African-American cowboy Bill Pickett? McKinley Casket Flag - A Washington man claims he has a flaf that once draped over the casket of President William McKinley. Hitler Films - Do these film cans contain authentic German home movies with footage of prominent Nazi members? Details
Episode Nine History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Famous cannons, the history of an important home, and a remarkable oil portrait. Details
Episode One History Detectives, Season 5 55:12   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     3-D Cuban Missile Crisis - Did the U.S. Air Force turned to an amateur club of 3D enthusiasts to identify Russian missiles in Cuba? Amos N' Andy Record - A Florida man owns an aluminum record with the hand-written words "Amos and Andy". Is this a rare recording of the successful radio show? Suffrage Painting - Could you believe a watercolor painting bought at a garage sale had a role in granting women suffrage? Details
Episode One History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     A World War II pilot's diary, the memoirs of a Mormon woman, and an 1853 French Napoleon coin. Details
Episode Seven History Detectives, Season 5 55:23   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Red Cloud Letter - How was a leader of the Lakota people connected with the controversial sculptor of Mount Rushmore? '32 Ford Roadster - Was this car among the popular hot rods that raced out at the dry lakes in the 1930s? Cast Iron Eagle - Did this 12-foot-high eagle once grace the old Grand Central Station in Manhattan? Details
Episode Seven History Detectives, Season 6 54:57   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     An artillery shell from the Black Tom Explosion, etched glass from the USS Olympia, and a house that holds a mysterious secret. Details
Episode Six History Detectives, Season 5 55:22   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     NC-4: First Across the Atlantic - A woman in Saratoga, CA wants to know if a small square of fabric really came from the first aircraft to make the transatlantic journey. Howard Hughes Crash - In 1946, Howard Hughes takes the first flight in his XF-11. The propeller failed, and Hughes crashed in Beverly Hills, destroying two homes. Does a man in Wyoming really own a part of this plane? Professor Lowe's Hot Air Balloon - Is a piece of fabric really from Prof. Lowe's Aeronautical balloon 'Enterprise' after it was destroyed upon landing in 1862? Details
Episode Ten History Detectives, Season 5 55:53   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     USS Thresher - Did these documents once belong to U.S. Navy's prize nuclear submarine? Pete Gray Csrtoon - Who was the artist for these storyboards depicting the story of the first one-armed major league baseball player? Manhattan Project Letter - Did a letter help persuade President Harry S. Truman to change nuclear affairs policy in the post-World War II era? Details
Episode Ten History Detectives, Season 6 54:10   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     A patriotic WWII recording, a letter from James Monroe, and Spanish treasure. Details
Episode Three History Detectives, Season 5 55:14   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Gar Photo - What brought 20 white men in Civil War uniform and two black men together to take a picture in a time when racial mixing was taboo? Jefferson Pledge - A photo archivist discovers a list of signatures, including Thomas Jefferson, which opened two elementary schools. Was this the beginning of public school systems? Dempsey Bell - Jack Dempsey became the world's first boxing superstar in 1919 with the clang of a bell. Does this bell now lie in a bar in Nevada? Details
Episode Three History Detectives, Season 6 54:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     The missing piece of a secret weapon, a circus program with a long reach, and the development of Camp David. Details
Episode Two History Detectives, Season 5 55:14   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Continental Currency - Was federal money printed five months before the Declaration of Independence and backed by "Spanish milled dollars"? Find out. Short-Snorter - This British ten-shilling note dated 1942 represents a monumental event. Why was this "short-snorter" signed by most Allied leaders of World War II? Liberty Bell Pin - A North Carolina woman owns an unassuming pin that claims to metal drawn from the Liberty Bell. Details
Episode Two History Detectives, Season 6 54:53   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     A World War I flag, an Eastman work of art, and the house of a Chinese Tong. Details

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