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Historic America travels to the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC and pays the Old Print Gallery a visit! Today we learn about old prints and the history of printmaking.

Historic America Presents

Today we bring you the story of John Philip Sousa, native son of Washington, DC and America's march king.

The story behind the beloved TV special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and Vince Guaraldi's iconic score.

In honor of Theodore Roosevelt's 156th birthday, Historic America takes you on a tour of his memorial.

Why do you want Historic America's Founder & President, Aaron Killian, as your tour guide? Herein lies the answer.

Today we pay the Old Print Gallery a visit! Let's learn about old prints and the history of printmaking.

A Day In the Life

Aaron takes walk to the Library of Congress to see America's greatest speech on display.

Aaron has a big announcement to make, both personally and professionally - Historic America will never be the same.

Aaron takes you on a behind-the-scenes look at the studio setup where he and his father do their audiobook work.

Aaron shows off his Christmas gift to the audience and explains how it will be put to use.

Aaron enlists the help of NPS Ranger, Jim Burgess, to authenticate his recently acquired Civil War artifacts.

Aaron shares some fascinating documents relating to the life of his Civil War ancestor, Peter Richards.

Yup - a real Civil War bayonet & cavalry saber. Thanks to the generosity of Kathy Fox and her father, William Clark.

In this video, Aaron takes us on a tour of his personal library.

Behind the scenes of our Theodore Roosevelt Island movie.