Oct 26, 2020
CHM023- Ernie Pyle
Indiana born war reporter Ernie Pyle, won the Pulitzer Prize for his body of work during World War 2. His love of the dogfaces infantryman of the U.S. Army in both theaters was something to honored. His writings and life are one of the forgotten stories of the history of warfare. This...
Sep 29, 2020
CHM022- Texas Revolution
The Aftermath of the massacre at the Alamo left the Texians shocked, angry, and unified. Sam Houston and the growing numbers in his new Texian Army fight the Army of General Santa Anna for the independence of the Republic of Texas.
Aug 31, 2020
CHM020- Jim Bowie
Col James Bowie was perhaps one of the most complicated American Pioneers. He was most known for his Bowie knife and his death at the Alamo. Jim Bowie also was a land swindler and slaver. His family and his legacy cannot be honored without taking into account these dark parts of his story....