Celebrate Fred Rogers' birthday and introduce a new generation to Mister Rogers with this collection of classic full episodes, along with some of our favorite videos from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood!

She’s the first Native American to become a medical doctor at a time in history when even the most privileged white woman faced an uphill battle.

Jeannette Rankin is noted as the first American Congressperson and the only person to vote against entry into both World Wars. Learn more about this woman in U.S. History!

On March 20, 1952, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, an iconic anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe, was published. This novel propelled the abolitionist cause through the 1850s and laid important groundwork for the Civil War. 

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