Marshall Publishing — Lots and Lots of DVDs {a Schoolhouse Saturday Swag giveaway, ending December 8}

 

It’s time for another Schoolhouse Saturday Swag giveaway! This week’s sponsor is . . .

Marshall Publishing and Promotions, Inc. is a multi-faceted media publishing organization whose management team has 30 years of experience, successfully producing and representing television and home video programs written for all ages.

You may already be familiar with their trademarked, AS SEEN ON TV “Lots and Lots of” brand DVD’s and books.  One winner will receive 3 American History- themed DVDs:

THE OREGON TRAIL – The reasons for going…the hauntingly beautiful landscape…the rivers they followed and crossed…the joys and hardships…and the elation and the dissension as described in immigrants diaries…all come to life in this detailed account of Americas longest and most famous trail. Approx. 35 Minutes.

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THE PONY EXPRESS – Glossed over by all of the adventure and romance attached to it, most people don’t realize the Pony Express lasted only 19 months. It was a grand gamble that eventually led to the bankruptcy of the three men who started it. Yet, during its brief life span it caught the attention of Americans, made a legend of the riders and provided a vital link between California and the Northern states at the onset of the Civil War. Approx. 16 Minutes.

This is the story of one of the most significant and dramatic explorations in American history. The journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, complete with diary excerpts, encounters with Indians, the sometimes threatening landscape, and a summary of the objectives and accomplishments of their 8,000-mile journey into the unknown. Beautiful photography, live re-enactments, illustrated maps and rare photographs make this historical adventure come to life and one that will entertain and educate all age groups for years to come. Approx. 35 minutes. This DVD is on sale now for $19.95.

 

What was life like in America in the 1880s? Just like a time machine, this DVD will transport you back to discover the people and events that shaped this exciting decade: the Brooklyn Bridge . . . Washington Monument . . . Statue of Liberty . . . Gunfight at the O.K. Corral . . . Oklahoma Land Rush . . . Johnstown Flood . . . Thomas Edison . . . Mark Twain . . . Baby Doe . . . Sitting Bull . . . Sarah Bernhardt . . . John Philip Sousa . . . Buffalo Bill . . . Gilbert and Sullivan . . . Wyatt Earp . . . Jesse James and Billy the Kid . . . Alexander Graham Bell . . . John D. Rockefeller . . . Andrew Carnegie . . . Samuel Gompers . . . Susan B. Anthony . . . Lillian Russell . . . and many others! You will learn about fashion, politics, sports heroes, famous inventors, Wall Street financiers, railroad expansion, buffalo extinction, Indian resettlement, Civil Rights, union organization, urbanization, the music of the times, and much more!

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11 thoughts on “Marshall Publishing — Lots and Lots of DVDs {a Schoolhouse Saturday Swag giveaway, ending December 8}

  1. Thanks for the giveaway! Favorite period in American History…I’d have to go with the American Revolution. The passion these families held and the bravery of the men to stand for what they believed in has been inspirational even to our young children. It’s been humbling to study this time period with our children.

  2. My favorite historical period is whichever period we are currently studying! I love history! We are currently studying the Oregon Trail and all of the 1800′s!

  3. I love History.. But to say which part is my favorite… Hmmm. I think I will say I have to put my vote with the pioneer women who stood by their husbands when they pioneered the New World.

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