True Gaelic - Searching for Ireland's Lost History
This film takes you on an archaeological search for a lost history of Ireland. Powerful medieval Irish kings and lords defied English armies, fiercely defending their independence. The Gaelic Irish lived strong and free in a culture all their own.
Learn the history of Jefferson Barracks and its role training cavalry for America’s movement west in the 19th century and its importance as a National Cemetery for those who have served in the armed forces.
This program explores the groundbreaking way that St. Louis fought the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918, saving thousands of lives. St. Louis is a textbook case of how shutting down public activity for brief periods and wearing masks reduced the number of dead here compared to many East Coast c...
George Washington operated one of the largest whiskey distilleries in early America, producing 11,000 gallons in 1799. The current distillery was reconstructed in 2007 producing small batches of whiskey on-site using 18th century methods. Walk through George Washington's working distillery with S...
Meet five veterans and learn their stories of service to our nation in conflicts from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Afghanistan. Tour Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery and learn about its history and its mission to serve America’s veterans.