It's almost Christmas, but Second Decade, my history podcast, has you covered! Here is my first-ever "holiday special" episode, and although holiday specials definitely have [...]
The newest episode of Second Decade deals with a historic environmental disaster as well as its historical context.
The latest podcast episode examines Jefferson's troubles during the 1810s, when he was not-so-happily retired to Monticello after leaving the White House.
In the latest podcast episode, an American sea captain battles impossible odds to survive on a deserted and desolate island...and it's a true story!
The newest installment of Second Decade examines two worlds, on opposite sides of the globe, which collided unexpectedly at the end of the 1810s.
Episode 3 of the history podcast takes us to the frozen streets of London in the winter of 1813-14, where something happened that will never happen again.
New episode of Second Decade delves into the history behind two bizarre mysteries, both involving the dead, that occurred in the British West Indies in the early 19th century.
My new history blog will take you on a tour through the momentous 1810s, the second decade of the 19th century, a pivotal time in world history.
Episode 15 takes us to a mysterious island in the South Pacific where time does funny things.
Episode 14 is fairly unique in "The Valley of Forever" story progression, but there are reasons why I chose to do it this way.