History San Diego is back with Season #3. We’ll focus on the 1830s and 1840s-turbulent times that will greatly affect the Native Americans and the early settlers, while creating unique opportunities for the new power elite-made up of people at the right place at the right time. In our Season 3 Premiere , we look […]
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Welcome Back to History San Diego! On our 10th show of the series, I talk with you about Early 19th Century San Diego in the Northern American context- profiling the importance of The 1803 Louisiana Purchase & discuss the impact of The Earthquake of 1812 on Mission San Diego. Join me on Facebook Groups at […]
Today on Memories for the People, George Farrar presents a tribute to the epic dark ride at Disney’s EPCOT Center that from 1983-1999 showed visions of the future. Stay tuned here for more about America’s amazing culture-including television, film, music, and more.
Today on History Jacksonville, from Walter Jones Historical Park, I discuss the development of Mandarin in the 19th Century during perilous and promising times as Florida emerged into statehood and steamboats brought the first tourists to Duval County. Excerpts are included from Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Palmetto Leaves” and Mary Graff’s 1953 book about Mandarin.
On Saturday April 11, 2015 The Farrar Report was at One Spark, the annual Jacksonville Crowd Sourcing Festival. Enjoy a celebration of the arts and innovation. As we do every Spring, the channel goes off the air for a week-so no Farrar Report on April 19. The Farrar Report Returns at 7pm Eastern on Sunday, […]