American History

Thursday, July 11

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8:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Early Americana

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Discover secrets of early Americana. Scroll the church register from the Salem witch trials, find out the truth about Plymouth Rock, and view that famous bell that wouldn't stop cracking. Plus, get etiquette advice from a true gentleman--young George Washington.
8:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Civil War Souvenirs

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. See the document that tore a nation apart--the Confederate Constitution. Also we uncover the tables on which the Civil War came to a close and trace the journey of Stonewall Jackson's raincoat.
9:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Musical Memorabilia

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We trace musical mysteries in this episode. Discover Ben Franklin's bizarre instrument, investigate the single soundboard that launched Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee, then step into the electronic age with the first Moog synthesizer.
9:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Relics of the American Revolution

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Uncover relics of the American Revolution. We track down Paul Revere's lantern that lit the path to freedom, Benedict Arnold's signed oath of allegiance, and the missing corpse of Naval hero John Paul Jones. Plus, find out if George Washington's false teeth were really made out of wood.
10:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Hoorah for Hollywood!

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We've got a Hollywood hodgpodge. Discover the story of the first star-crossed Oscar, find the shoes that defined Charlie Chaplin, and get a glimpse of Swifty Lazar's enormous eyeglasses. Plus, get the real story of the giant sign that hangs over Tinsel Town--where is the rest of it?
10:30AM

History's Lost & Found

The Wild West

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Saddle up as we uncover Buffalo Bill's controversial grave, learn the twisted tale of cannibal cowboy, and recover a ghost dance shirt that survived the battle of Wounded Knee. Also, we found John Wayne's Alamo, and it's not on the Rio Grande!
11:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Flying

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Take off with the log from the world's first atomic war plane, and recover the high-flying fragment of the Wright Brothers' history making aircraft.
11:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Death Devices

This lethal episode deals with instruments of death. Discover the shocking story of Thomas Edison and the first electric chair, get in swing with the axe Lizzie Borden used to butcher her parents, and don't get to close to the guillotine blade.
12:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Communication

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. The communication age brought many ingenious inventions. We uncovered the original cell phone, the tiny telephone that won the Nobel Prize.
12:30PM

History's Lost & Found

Computing

This high-tech episode traces the history of some everyday gadgets that haven't always been so user friendly. Discover the first Apple computer, the first calculator that won't fit in your pocket; and try your skill at the first video game.
1:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving a Buffalo Hunt

Never before in history have man and beast's lives been more intertwined....To the Plains Indian, the buffalo represented food, shelter, and clothes. Roger Daltrey experiences the life of America's ultimate big-game hunters. Guided by foremost experts
1:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving Like a Primitive Man

Millions of years ago, our ancestors weren't at the top of the food chain, but a merely a tasty item on its menu. Roger Daltrey goes prehistoric for a hands-on look at how humans survived and thrived in an often hostile world. Roger learns the secrets.
2:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Colorado River

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the rock band The Who, takes viewers back in time to experience the nitty-gritty, day-to-day realities of some of history's great moments. Daltrey, an avid history buff, demonstrates the challenges of surviving
2:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Early Days of NASCAR

Roger Daltrey buckles up and heads to Georgia's dirt tracks and super-speedways for a road trip through the unlikely evolution of NASCAR.
3:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the legendary rock band The Who and avid history buff, braves the mountain wilderness as we recreate the most famous expedition in U.S. history.
3:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Wild West

For 20 years, thousands of cowboys drove millions of steer through the rugged prairies of Texas and Oklahoma via the Chisholm Trail--a lonely, dust-choked path fraught with hardship and danger. Roger Daltrey travels back to 1867 as he straps on his spurs.
4:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Early Americana

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Discover secrets of early Americana. Scroll the church register from the Salem witch trials, find out the truth about Plymouth Rock, and view that famous bell that wouldn't stop cracking. Plus, get etiquette advice from a true gentleman--young George Washington.
4:30PM

History's Lost & Found

Civil War Souvenirs

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. See the document that tore a nation apart--the Confederate Constitution. Also we uncover the tables on which the Civil War came to a close and trace the journey of Stonewall Jackson's raincoat.
5:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Musical Memorabilia

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We trace musical mysteries in this episode. Discover Ben Franklin's bizarre instrument, investigate the single soundboard that launched Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee, then step into the electronic age with the first Moog synthesizer.
5:30PM

History's Lost & Found

Relics of the American Revolution

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Uncover relics of the American Revolution. We track down Paul Revere's lantern that lit the path to freedom, Benedict Arnold's signed oath of allegiance, and the missing corpse of Naval hero John Paul Jones. Plus, find out if George Washington's false teeth were really made out of wood.
6:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Hoorah for Hollywood!

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We've got a Hollywood hodgpodge. Discover the story of the first star-crossed Oscar, find the shoes that defined Charlie Chaplin, and get a glimpse of Swifty Lazar's enormous eyeglasses. Plus, get the real story of the giant sign that hangs over Tinsel Town--where is the rest of it?
6:30PM

History's Lost & Found

The Wild West

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Saddle up as we uncover Buffalo Bill's controversial grave, learn the twisted tale of cannibal cowboy, and recover a ghost dance shirt that survived the battle of Wounded Knee. Also, we found John Wayne's Alamo, and it's not on the Rio Grande!
7:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Flying

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Take off with the log from the world's first atomic war plane, and recover the high-flying fragment of the Wright Brothers' history making aircraft.
7:30PM

History's Lost & Found

Death Devices

This lethal episode deals with instruments of death. Discover the shocking story of Thomas Edison and the first electric chair, get in swing with the axe Lizzie Borden used to butcher her parents, and don't get to close to the guillotine blade.
8:00PM

History's Lost & Found

Communication

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. The communication age brought many ingenious inventions. We uncovered the original cell phone, the tiny telephone that won the Nobel Prize.
8:30PM

History's Lost & Found

Computing

This high-tech episode traces the history of some everyday gadgets that haven't always been so user friendly. Discover the first Apple computer, the first calculator that won't fit in your pocket; and try your skill at the first video game.
9:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving a Buffalo Hunt

Never before in history have man and beast's lives been more intertwined....To the Plains Indian, the buffalo represented food, shelter, and clothes. Roger Daltrey experiences the life of America's ultimate big-game hunters. Guided by foremost experts
9:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving Like a Primitive Man

Millions of years ago, our ancestors weren't at the top of the food chain, but a merely a tasty item on its menu. Roger Daltrey goes prehistoric for a hands-on look at how humans survived and thrived in an often hostile world. Roger learns the secrets.
10:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Colorado River

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the rock band The Who, takes viewers back in time to experience the nitty-gritty, day-to-day realities of some of history's great moments. Daltrey, an avid history buff, demonstrates the challenges of surviving
10:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Early Days of NASCAR

Roger Daltrey buckles up and heads to Georgia's dirt tracks and super-speedways for a road trip through the unlikely evolution of NASCAR.
11:00PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the legendary rock band The Who and avid history buff, braves the mountain wilderness as we recreate the most famous expedition in U.S. history.
11:30PM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Wild West

For 20 years, thousands of cowboys drove millions of steer through the rugged prairies of Texas and Oklahoma via the Chisholm Trail--a lonely, dust-choked path fraught with hardship and danger. Roger Daltrey travels back to 1867 as he straps on his spurs.
12:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Early Americana

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Discover secrets of early Americana. Scroll the church register from the Salem witch trials, find out the truth about Plymouth Rock, and view that famous bell that wouldn't stop cracking. Plus, get etiquette advice from a true gentleman--young George Washington.
12:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Civil War Souvenirs

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. See the document that tore a nation apart--the Confederate Constitution. Also we uncover the tables on which the Civil War came to a close and trace the journey of Stonewall Jackson's raincoat.
1:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Musical Memorabilia

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We trace musical mysteries in this episode. Discover Ben Franklin's bizarre instrument, investigate the single soundboard that launched Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee, then step into the electronic age with the first Moog synthesizer.
1:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Relics of the American Revolution

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Uncover relics of the American Revolution. We track down Paul Revere's lantern that lit the path to freedom, Benedict Arnold's signed oath of allegiance, and the missing corpse of Naval hero John Paul Jones. Plus, find out if George Washington's false teeth were really made out of wood.
2:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Hoorah for Hollywood!

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. We've got a Hollywood hodgpodge. Discover the story of the first star-crossed Oscar, find the shoes that defined Charlie Chaplin, and get a glimpse of Swifty Lazar's enormous eyeglasses. Plus, get the real story of the giant sign that hangs over Tinsel Town--where is the rest of it?
2:30AM

History's Lost & Found

The Wild West

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Saddle up as we uncover Buffalo Bill's controversial grave, learn the twisted tale of cannibal cowboy, and recover a ghost dance shirt that survived the battle of Wounded Knee. Also, we found John Wayne's Alamo, and it's not on the Rio Grande!
3:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Flying

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. Take off with the log from the world's first atomic war plane, and recover the high-flying fragment of the Wright Brothers' history making aircraft.
3:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Death Devices

This lethal episode deals with instruments of death. Discover the shocking story of Thomas Edison and the first electric chair, get in swing with the axe Lizzie Borden used to butcher her parents, and don't get to close to the guillotine blade.
4:00AM

History's Lost & Found

Communication

Join us on a historical scavenger hunt, as we track down the most illustrious and elusive objects of all time. The communication age brought many ingenious inventions. We uncovered the original cell phone, the tiny telephone that won the Nobel Prize.
4:30AM

History's Lost & Found

Computing

This high-tech episode traces the history of some everyday gadgets that haven't always been so user friendly. Discover the first Apple computer, the first calculator that won't fit in your pocket; and try your skill at the first video game.
5:00AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving a Buffalo Hunt

Never before in history have man and beast's lives been more intertwined....To the Plains Indian, the buffalo represented food, shelter, and clothes. Roger Daltrey experiences the life of America's ultimate big-game hunters. Guided by foremost experts
5:30AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving Like a Primitive Man

Millions of years ago, our ancestors weren't at the top of the food chain, but a merely a tasty item on its menu. Roger Daltrey goes prehistoric for a hands-on look at how humans survived and thrived in an often hostile world. Roger learns the secrets.
6:00AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Colorado River

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the rock band The Who, takes viewers back in time to experience the nitty-gritty, day-to-day realities of some of history's great moments. Daltrey, an avid history buff, demonstrates the challenges of surviving
6:30AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Early Days of NASCAR

Roger Daltrey buckles up and heads to Georgia's dirt tracks and super-speedways for a road trip through the unlikely evolution of NASCAR.
7:00AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the legendary rock band The Who and avid history buff, braves the mountain wilderness as we recreate the most famous expedition in U.S. history.
7:30AM

Extreme History With Roger Daltrey

Surviving the Wild West

For 20 years, thousands of cowboys drove millions of steer through the rugged prairies of Texas and Oklahoma via the Chisholm Trail--a lonely, dust-choked path fraught with hardship and danger. Roger Daltrey travels back to 1867 as he straps on his spurs.
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