19th century turning points in U.S. history Episode 2, 1814-1826 / Centre Communications and People Productions for Ambrose Video Publishing ; executive producers, William Ambrose, Allen Dohra ; producers, Ronald C. Meyer and Brad Gilbert ; co-producer, Don Poe ; written by Mark Reeder and Ron C. Meyer

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Subjects: Rip Van Winkle
Last of the Mohicans
Star-spangled banner (Song)
Baltimore, Battle of, Baltimore, Md., 1814
United States--History--19th century
Washington (D.C.)--History--Capture by the British, 1814
United States--History--War of 1812--Campaigns
New Orleans (La.)--History--Capture, 1862
Santa Fe National Historic Trail--History
Erie Canal (N.Y.)--History
Irving, Washington, Rip Van Winkle
Cooper, James Fenimore, Last of the Mohicans
Star-spangled banner (Song)
Key, Francis Scott, 1779-1843
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. Rip Van Winkle
Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. Last of the Mohicans
Formats: Video Recording, VHS, Electronic Resource, Remote, Streaming Video
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: General
Published: New York : Ambrose Video Pub., c2002
LC Classification: E
Alternate Titles: Nineteenth century turning points in United States history
Portion of title: Turning points in U.S. history
Portion of title: 1814-1826
19th century turning points in U.S. history. Volume 2, 1814-1826
In: Digital Video Collection (OCoLC)52376650
Issued in other form: 19th century turning points in U.S. history. Episode 2, 1814-1826 (OCoLC)51572400
Additional Authors: Reeder, Mark
Meyer, Ron C
Ambrose, William
Dohra, Allen
Meyer, Ronald C
Gilbert, Grand
Poe, Don
Keasley, Alphonse
People Productions
Ambrose Video Publishing
Ohio Library and Information Network
OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons
Notes: Available to OhioLINK member libraries
Reproduction notes: Electronic reproduction. Columbus, Ohio : OhioLINK, 2006. Digitized and made available by OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons from video dist. by Ambrose Video Publishing
Mode of access: World Wide Web
System requirements: Real Player media software
Streaming video (25 min.)
"Every pivotal historical event is provided in a stand-alone presentation that allows you to teach what you want, when you want without compromising an entire classroom period"--Container
Narrated by Alphonse Keasley
Summary: America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. This series explores 3 wars and leaves the century as an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people
Contents: Washington D.C. is captured and burned by the British -- Star Spangled Banner is written -- Battle of New Orleans -- Washinton Irving publishes "Rip Van Winkle" -- Inauguration of the Santa Fe Trail -- Erie Canal is completed -- James Fenimore Cooper publishes "Last of the Mohicans."
OCLC Number: 135319250