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Aerial America

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Above the Everyday

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By 5vette - Apr 25 2019
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The story is fantastic on all of them but like Mirror mirror said a lot of time you can’t see a video just Audio

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By Robby Sagat 91 - Mar 12 2015
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Acts as an amazing break from work. Just wish they came out with more.

iTunes Ratings

94 Ratings
Average Ratings
47
10
12
8
17

Agreed

By 5vette - Apr 25 2019
Read more
The story is fantastic on all of them but like Mirror mirror said a lot of time you can’t see a video just Audio

Love it

By Robby Sagat 91 - Mar 12 2015
Read more
Acts as an amazing break from work. Just wish they came out with more.
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Aerial America

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Above the Everyday

Rank #1: A Horrific Tragedy at Frank Lloyd Wright's Home

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One of Frank Lloyd Wright's most beloved properties, Taliesin, was inspired by Wisconsin's natural beauty. But its history is mired in tragedy.
Nov 26 2018
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Rank #2: The Stunning Way Cranberries Are Harvested

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In season, cranberry bogs dot the Massachusetts topography, their bright red pools especially eye-catching from above. These striking marshes produce much of the berries that go into juices, jams, and sauces across the nation.
Jul 18 2017
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Rank #3: Inside the Pig War of 1859

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In 1859, when an American farmer shot a pig on an island that both Britain and America claimed, a twelve-year-long standoff known as the Pig War began.
Feb 06 2018
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Rank #4: This State Produces 270 Million Pounds of Popcorn Per Year

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A large portion of Indiana's economy relies on an invaluable crop: corn. Popcorn plants like Pop Weaver have perfected the production of our favorite movie snack down to a science.
Jan 28 2019
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Rank #5: One of the Most Remote Places in the U.S.

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The northern tip of Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, less than 2 miles wide, is a secluded home to numerous wineries, wheat fields and picturesque lighthouses.
Jan 07 2019
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Rank #6: In Wisconsin, Evidence of Human Sacrifice

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Wisconsin's Aztalan State Park is home a mysterious pyramidal mound built by the prehistoric Native Americans who once lived there. Excavations of the site have yielded intriguing, and grisly, findings.
Mar 04 2019
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Rank #7: How the 726-Foot-Tall Hoover Dam Was Built Ahead of Schedule

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The world's biggest dam at the time of its construction, Hoover Dam solved the problem of the overflowing Colorado river with sleek design and brilliant American engineering.
Oct 15 2018
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Rank #8: The Shocking Link Between Unemployment and the Gateway Arch

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It's incredible to think that St. Louis's Gateway Arch, a modern architectural marvel designed by Eero Saarinen, was built out of a federal grant set up to address unemployment during the Depression.
Jun 03 2019
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Rank #9: The U.S. Army's Legendary Buffalo Soldiers

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For twenty years, the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Davis blazed trails for African Americans as the U.S. Army's first peacetime regiments of black troops.
Oct 29 2018
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Rank #10: The Bridge Capital of the World

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Pittsburgh's glass industry put it on the map, but it's steel that makes it one of America's great industrial cities, and its 446 bridges that make it the bridge capital of the world.
Aug 17 2015
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Rank #11: Where Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse Defeated Colonel Custer

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Custer's Last Stand took place at the Little Bighorn River, where he led over two hundred soldiers into battle against thousands of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors.
Dec 17 2018
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Rank #12: Vacationing on Martha's Vineyard

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The breathtaking beaches and quaint seaside cottages of Martha's Vineyard make it a dream vacation destination for many of its visitors - some of which include presidents, celebrities, and even one famous, fictional shark.
Mar 18 2019
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Rank #13: Mount St. Helens

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Mount St. Helens sits quietly now, but her legacy is one of devastating destruction.
Feb 18 2019
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Rank #14: Sedona's Mysterious Energy Field

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New-Agers have been coming to Sedona for years because of its mysterious spiritual energy, but they weren't the first to believe in its religious power.
Jul 22 2019
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Rank #15: What Are These Eerie Abandoned Tanks Doing in Puerto Rico?

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In the middle of Flamenco Beach lies an abandoned U.S. army tank covered in graffiti -- a remnant of a time when the U.S. valued Puerto Rico for its strategic military value.
Jan 29 2018
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Rank #16: Where to Sell Your Soul for the Delta Blues

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Where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil and where the first juke joints started playing a new kind of American music, Clarksdale is the birthplace of Delta Blues.
Nov 19 2018
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Rank #17: How John Dillinger Went from Pesky Thief to Public Enemy No. 1

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Entering the Indiana State Reformatory in 1924 as a petty thief, John Dillinger left as a hardened and dangerous criminal. Countless bank robberies and prison breaks later, he soon sealed his fate as one of the nation's most notorious criminals.
Jul 03 2018
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Rank #18: How a Broadway Show Made Charleston a Household Name

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Charleston's history and residents are nothing if not colorful.
Sep 11 2017
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Rank #19: What Do You Know About the Golden Gate Bridge?

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Our country's most iconic bridge stretches across one of the world's finest natural harbors.
Nov 05 2018
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Rank #20: Puerto Rico's #1 Crop Isn't Sugar, But It's Still Sweet

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Puerto Rico's agricultural economy was once dominated by sugar plantations. Today, the same fields hold everything from corn and rice to bananas, plantains, and mangoes.
Aug 27 2018
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