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American History Episode Index & Matching America’s Story Volume*

* The suggested America’s Story volume shows the time period in which the episode story is placed. The story may or may not be covered in that volume.

Why the Elephant Crossed the Bridge

The story of the Brooklyn Bridge. [Late 1880’s]

America’s Story 2

His Name was Mudd part 1

The first half of an American Civil War period story. [1860s]

America’s Story 2

His Name was Mudd part 2

The second half of the story begun in Episode 4. This episode showcases an amazing abandoned place. [1860’s]

America’s Story 2

The Great Big Wheel

The Story of the World Fair of 1893.

America’s Story 2

A Chariot and a Woman Named Moses

The Story of the Harriet Tubman. [Mid through late 1800’s]

America’s Story 2

Gustave’s Flying Machine

The story of ingenuity and early flight. [early 1900’s]

America’s Story 3

Thank You, Sarah!

A Thanksgiving story. [1800’s]

America’s Story 2

The Story of the Acadians

The sad tale of the displacement of the Acadians during the French and Indian War. [mid 1700’s]

America’s Story 1

The Power of Words

An episode showcasing two of our American Founding Fathers. [mid to late 1700’s]

America’s Story 1

In Honor of Black History Month part 1

This episode and the next may be used for either American history or World History.

Part 1 is the story of the horrific African Slave Trade. [beginning around 1500’s]

America’s Story 1

In Honor of Black History Month part 2

Part 2 continues the story of African Americans through the Civil Rights Movement in the mid to late 1900’s.

America’s Story 2 & 3

Abandoned Places – Fordlandia

The story of a little-known, abandoned American factory colony in the South American jungles. [Early to mid 1900’s]

America’s Story 3

Mysterious Ancient People

This episode may be used for World History or American History. [Before Christ]

America’s Story 1 & The World’s Story 1

Do You Hear the Drums?

The story of some of the youngest soldiers of the American Civil War. [Mid 1800’s]

America’s Story 2

We Fought too!

The story of the woman soldiers of the American Civil War. [Mid 1800’s]

America’s Story 2

Happy Birthday, America!

The story of the United States of America’s birth. [1500’s – late 1700’s]

America’s Story 1

The Day that will Live in Infamy

The story of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. [1940’s]

America’s Story 3

The Day the Towers Fell

The story of the September 11, 2001

America’s Story 3

American Children of the Early 1900’s

Three stories showcasing children from various social classes of families. [early 1900’s]

America’s Story 3

Amazing President’s Stories

Stories showcasing some of our most interesting American presidents. [variety of time periods]

America’s Story 1, 2, & 3

Where did You Go, Amelia?

The story of Amelia Earhart. [early to mid 1900’s]

America’s Story 3

Little Miss Sure Shot

The story of Annie Oakley. [1800’s]

America’s Story 2

Civil War Outlaws

The story of outlaws that got their start in the America Civil War. [mid 1860’s]

America’s Story 2


The Story of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. [1950’s-1960’s]

America’s Story 3

What’s in Your Bowl?

The interesting history of breakfast cereal. [mid 1800s through present]

America’s Story 2 & 3

Use it Up – Wear it Out – Make it Do – or Do Without!

The story of Atomic City (Oak Ridge Tennessee) America’s Story 3

The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen

The story of the first black American fighter pilots. America’s Story 3

Oil and Water

The story of the Exxon Valdez oil spill of 1989. America’s Story 3

Superstitions and Fears: the Salem Witch Trials

America’s Story 1

The Story of Theodore Roosevelt

America’s Story 3

Take Me out to the Ballgame

The history of American baseball.

America’s Story 3

Tromping through the Woods with Mr. Boone

The story of Daniel Boone

America’s Story 1