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Programs for CSPAN3HD on Sunday, June 7, 2020
12:00 AM
Lectures in History 1980s Fitness Industry & Culture (Repeat) Instructors are recorded delivering classroom lectures and engaging students in discussion at universities and colleges around the United States.
12:56 AM
African American Soldiers & Post-World War I Activism (Repeat)
2:00 AM
History Bookshelf Jim Newton, Justice for All (Repeat) American history writers from the past decade open up about their books.
2:55 AM
The Holocaust in One Eastern European Town (Repeat)
4:20 AM
Religious Influence on U.S. Politics (Repeat)
5:48 AM
Interpreting Abraham Lincoln (Repeat)
6:05 AM
The Civil War Coffee and the Civil War (Repeat) An in-depth look at the people and events that helped shape actions of the Civil War and Reconstruction era gets shown.
7:05 AM
The Civil War Gettysburg & Vicksburg as Turning Points (Repeat) National park ranger Matt Atkinson engages in a discussion regarding the 1863 Civil War campaigns during the Battles of Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
8:00 AM
History Bookshelf Sheila Tate, Lady in Red (Repeat) American history writers from the past decade open up about their books.
9:00 AM
The Civil War U.S. Constitution and Secession (Repeat) National Park Service historian Dwight Pitcaithley discusses the 67 amendments proposed by Congress leading up to the start of the Civil War.
10:00 AM
The Civil War Civil War Origins of Frontier Outlaws (Repeat) An in-depth look at the people and events that helped shape actions of the Civil War and Reconstruction era gets shown.
10:55 AM
Tracy Walder, The Unexpected Spy. (New)
12:05 PM
Lectures in History Spanish-American War (Repeat) Instructors are recorded delivering classroom lectures and engaging students in discussion at universities and colleges around the United States.
1:16 PM
Crispus Attucks in American Memory (Repeat)
2:28 PM
Violence in U.S. Politics (Repeat) Purdue University decides to host a conference called "Remaking American Political History."
4:00 PM
Reel America Education '57 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
4:31 PM
Reel America And So They Live - 1940 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
4:56 PM
Reel America Education for Excellence - 1964 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
5:23 PM
American Artifacts Seminole Nation Museum (Repeat) Visits to see museums, historic sites and archives take place.
6:00 PM
American Artifacts Mobile, Alabama African American Heritage Trail - Part 2 (New) Visits to see museums, historic sites and archives take place.
7:00 PM
The Civil War Emancipation in Washington, D.C. (Repeat) An in-depth look at the people and events that helped shape actions of the Civil War and Reconstruction era gets shown.
8:00 PM
The Presidency President Reagan's First Press Conference (New) An opportunity to learn about the legacies, policies and politics of former presidents and first ladies gets displayed.
8:30 PM
1919 Paris Peace Conference (New)
10:00 PM
American Artifacts Mobile, Alabama African American Heritage Trail - Part 2 (Repeat) Visits to see museums, historic sites and archives take place.
11:00 PM
The Civil War Emancipation in Washington, D.C. (Repeat) An in-depth look at the people and events that helped shape actions of the Civil War and Reconstruction era gets shown.
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