Society & Culture Episodes

Native America Society & Culture Digital History Early Republic

211. Revitalizing Myaamia Language and Culture with George Ironstrack (Summer Repeat)

Sept. 22, 2021

In the eighteenth century, the Myaamia people inhabited what are now parts of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. More commonly known in English as the Miami, the Myaamia figure prominently in the early history of the Un…

Native America Oral History Early America Society & Culture

179. Revitalizing Myaamia Language and Culture with George Ironstrack

Oct. 8, 2020

In the eighteenth century, the Myaamia people inhabited what are now parts of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. More commonly known in English as the Miami, the Myaamia figure prominently in the early history of the Un…

Music Politics Society & Culture Government

177. Harnessing Harmony in the Early Republic with Billy Coleman

Sept. 24, 2020

On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key began composing "The Star-Spangled Banner after witnessing the British attack on Fort McHenry. Of all the things he could have done after seeing that flag, why did Key write a song? …