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  • Market to Market (February 5, 2016) (#4124)

    Full Program: Mother Nature reminds the country this is her time in the spotlight, China takes another step toward being an agricultural super power, and the old adage where "oil and water don't mix," has at... 27:45

  • Market to Market (January 29, 2016) (#4123)

    Full Program: Monsanto fights to keep Roundup off the domestic carcinogen list. Agriculture’s changing role in politics on the eve of the nation’s first Presidential test. Market analysis with Sue Martin. 27:44

  • First People of the Prairies (#101)

    Full Program: Through reenactment and comments by contemporary archaeologists, this program presents the origins and way of life of the prehistoric Indians of Iowa. 27:13

  • The Tall Grass Whispers (#102)

    Full Program: This program examines the ever-changing relationship between two distinct cultures--Native American and white. 29:15

  • The Path to Statehood (#103)

    Full Program: Marquette and Joliet first set foot on Iowa soil in 1643 beginning a 200-year process that would transform the land of Iowa into the state of Iowa. 29:48

  • Hard Times (#113)

    Full Program: Through interviews, still photographs and newsreel footage, the effects of the Great Depression on Iowa are shown. 29:42

  • The Prairie Pioneers (#104)

    Full Program: Pioneer life in Iowa was a lonely struggle between humans and the environment--a struggle humans sometimes lost. 28:51

  • Iowa and the Civil War (#105)

    Full Program: For years Iowans had provided an escape route for African Americans fleeing slavery. When war broke out, 10,000 Iowa sons volunteered to fight to preserve the Union. 28:38

  • From Here to There (#106)

    Full Program: From the "modern" times of the early 1900s, viewers travel back to the days when steamboats navigated the Mississippi, steam trains crisscrossed the state and stagecoaches bumped along Iowa's dusty... 29:49

  • Come to Iowa (#107)

    Full Program: In the 1800s many Europeans came to Iowa in search of a new and better life, bringing with them their own unique heritage which, in some communities, still survives. 29:38

  • Three Communities of Belief (#108)

    Full Program: The Icarians, the Community of True Inspiration and the Old Order Amish came to Iowa in the 1800s because it offered them isolation. But as the state developed, all but one of the communities were... 29:45

  • The Iowa Country School (#109)

    Full Program: The program presents the development of Iowa's early educational system. 26:55

  • Main Street (#110)

    Full Program: For years the main street of Iowa's small towns was the center of trade and entertainment for town residents and surrounding farmers. But after the turn of the century, things began to change. 28:44

  • Iowa's Industrial Roots (#111)

    Full Program: Iowa did have other industries besides farming--among them coal mining, lumbering and milling. 28:51

  • Roots in the Soil (#112)

    Full Program: Each advancement in farming technology brought increased yields to Iowa farmers, but it has always been farmers' love and respect for the land that make them Iowa's unsung heroes. 28:12

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