Films

In 2013, Miss Indian America titleholders returned to Sheridan, Wyoming to commemorate a pageant that originated from a 1950s campaign to end public discrimination against American Indians.

 

Grand Teton National Park biologist Sarah Dewey and Wyoming Game and Fish biologist Tim Wooley discuss recent findings and upcoming research on mule deer migration corridors in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The fallout of the 1793 Haitian Revolution causes refugees to flee by ship to Philadelphia, kicking off a mysterious epidemic that kills 10 percent of the city’s population. With no knowledge that mosquitoes causes yellow fever, doctors and volunteers pursue unproven cures like bloodletting that worsen the death toll. Citizens come together to dampen the crisis, which leads to groundbreaking public health efforts such as a municipal water system.

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