FOX Nation • Aired Nov 25, 2019 • 3mS13, EP25 "Nov. 25: Francisco Vásquez de Coronado"In 1541, Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and his men conduct a service of thanksgiving for the abundant food and water they found along the Palo Duro Canyon in the Texas Panhandle.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 24, 2019 • 3mS13, EP24 "Nov. 24: Turkey Pardon"President Abraham Lincoln pardons a Thanksgiving turkey named Jack befriended by his 10-year-old son Tad in 1863.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 14, 2019 • 3mS13, EP14 "Nov. 14: Moby Dick"Herman Melville's "Moby Dick," published on Nov. 14, 1851, is a classic filled with American themes.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 13, 2019 • 3mS13, EP13 "Nov. 13: Vietnam Veterans Memorial"The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., is dedicated on Nov. 13, 1982, to honor American men and women who served in the long and controversial war.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 09, 2019 • 3mS13, EP9 "Nov. 9: Fall of Berlin Wall"On this day in 1989, a spokesperson for East Berlin's Communist Party announces an end to the use of the Berlin Wall.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 08, 2019 • 3mS13, EP8 "Nov. 8: 2000 Florida Recount"Florida begins a statewide recount of ballots to decide the winner of the presidential race between George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore on Nov. 8, 2000.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 06, 2019 • 3mS13, EP6 "Nov. 6: First College Football Game"Rutgers and the College of New Jersey clash in what is regarded as the first intercollegiate football game on a cold and windy day in New Jersey in 1869.
FOX Nation • Aired Nov 02, 2019 • 3mS13, EP2 "Nov. 2: Dewey Defeats Truman"In 1948, Democratic President Harry Truman wins re-election against Republican Thomas Dewey despite incorrect predictions by pollsters and pundits.
FOX Nation • Aired Oct 27, 2019 • 3mS12, EP27 "October 27: The Federalist Papers"Oct. 27, 1787, sees the publication of the first in a series of essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay urging ratification of the Constitution.
FOX Nation • Aired Sep 30, 2019 • 3mS12, EP16 "October 16: Cuban Missile Crisis"On October 16, 1962, U.S. President John F. Kennedy learns that an American U-2 spy plane has detected missile bases on the remote island of Cuba, triggering the now infamous Cuban Missile Crisis.
FOX Nation • Aired Oct 06, 2019 • 2mS12, EP6 "October 6: Xerography Patented"On Oct. 6, 1942, inventor Chester Carlson patents xerography, the process that led to the development of modern photocopying machines.
FOX Nation • Aired Oct 04, 2019 • 3mS12, EP4 "October 4: Mount Rushmore"Sculpting of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial on a granite cliff in the Black Hills of South Dakota begins Oct. 4, 1927.
FOX Nation • Aired Oct 03, 2019 • 3mS12, EP3 "October 3: Mary McLeod Bethune"Born to ex-slaves in South Carolina in 1875, Mary McLeod Bethune became a civil rights activist, stateswoman, philanthropist, humanitarian and educator, who laid the foundation for Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
FOX Nation • Aired Sep 29, 2019 • 2mS11, EP29 "September 29: The Brink of Financial Disaster"In 2008, the U.S. economy is pushed to the brink of financial disaster when the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunges nearly 778 points, at the time the largest single-day decline in Wall Street history.
FOX Nation • Aired Sep 24, 2019 • 3mS11, EP24 "September 24: The Service Flag"The U.S. Department of Defense authorizes families with members serving in the armed forces during times of hostilities to display a service flag.
FOX Nation • Aired Sep 10, 2019 • 3mS11, EP10 "September 10: Oliver Hazard Perry"After the War of 1812's naval Battle of Lake Erie, U.S. commander Oliver Hazard Perry sent the message, "We have met the enemy and they are ours."
FOX Nation • Aired Sep 03, 2019 • 2mS11, EP3 "September 3: World War II Begins"In 1939, Britain declares war on Germany in response to Adolf Hitler's invasion of Poland, and is soon joined by France and other Allies as World War II begins.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 31, 2019 • 3mS10, EP31 "August 31: The Code of Conduct"In 1955, President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes the Code of Conduct for members of the U.S. Armed Forces, an ethical guide for personnel in danger of capture or who become prisoners of war.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 29, 2019 • 3mS10, EP29 "August 29: Hurricane Katrina"In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast, causing massive damage in Louisiana and Mississippi, killing 1,800 people, and destroying much of New Orleans.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 28, 2019 • 2mS10, EP28 "August 28: JFK's Civil Rights Bill"More than 200,000 people gather in Washington, D.C., to urge Congress to pass President John F. Kennedy's Civil Rights bill, which prohibited racial discrimination in public places, employment and education.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 26, 2019 • 3mS10, EP26 "August 26: The Slave Ship, Amistad"The slave ship Amistad is captured off Long Island in 1839, triggering a trial over the legal status of the Africans who had seized control of the vessel.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 14, 2019 • 2mS10, EP14 "August 14: The Sons of Liberty"On August 14, 1765, Bostonians calling themselves the Sons of Liberty gather under a large elm tree to protest the Stamp Act imposed by England.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 04, 2019 • 2mS10, EP4 "August 4: The Coast Guard Flag"The Coast Guard flag is a white flag bearing the national coat of arms, which also appears on the great seal of the United States.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 03, 2019 • 3mS10, EP3 "August 3: Fredrick Douglass"Black abolitionist Frederick Douglass delivers a famous speech about the costs of freedom in Canandaigua, N.Y., Aug. 3, 1857.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 02, 2019 • 3mS10, EP2 "August 2: Battle of Blackett Strait"U.S. Navy motor torpedo boat PT-109, commanded by Lt. j.g. John F. Kennedy, is struck and sunk by a Japanese destroyer in the Pacific during World War II's Battle of Blackett Strait Aug. 2, 1943.
FOX Nation • Aired Aug 01, 2019 • 1mS10, EP1 "August 1: Census"The U.S. Constitution requires a government census every 10 years, with the results used to allocate congressional seats, electoral votes and government funding.
FOX Nation • Aired Jul 17, 2019 • 3mS9, EP17 "July 17: Final Big Three WWII Conference"U.S. President Harry S. Truman, British Prince Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Josef Stalin gather for 1945's final Allied Big Three conference of World War II.
FOX Nation • Aired Jul 14, 2019 • 3mS9, EP14 "July 14: World's Fair"The Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, the first World's Fair staged in the U.S., opens to the public in New York City's Bryant Park in 1853.
FOX Nation • Aired Jul 08, 2019 • 3mS9, EP8 "July 8: Liberty Bell Tolls"Tradition says the Liberty Bell rang July 8, 1776, to summon Philadelphians for the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
FOX Nation • Aired Jun 29, 2019 • 3mS8, EP29 "June 29: Molly Pitcher"Molly Pitcher is said to have fought in the Revolutionary War's Battle of Monmouth in 1778, and her bravery was recognized by Gen. George Washington, who granted her a warrant as a non-commissioned officer.
FOX Nation • Aired May 18, 2019 • 2mS7, EP18 "May 18: Eruption of Mount St. Helens"At 8:32 a.m. on May 18, 1980, an earthquake hits below the north face of Mount St. Helens in Washington state, triggering the largest landslide in recorded history and a major eruption.
FOX Nation • Aired May 17, 2019 • 2mS7, EP17 "May 17: Brown v. Board of Education"In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka case establishes that racial segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.
FOX Nation • Aired May 16, 2019 • 3mS7, EP16 "May 16: Oregon Trail"On May 16, 1842, about 100 pioneers set out from Independence, Mo., in one of the first wagon trains to follow the Oregon Trail to the Pacific Northwest.
FOX Nation • Aired May 07, 2019 • 3mS7, EP7 "May 7: Second Continental Congress"On May 7, 1789, George Washington traveled north from his home of Mount Vernon, Va., to attend the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia.