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Suffrage Pennant

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A purple and gold "Votes For Women" pennant opened our contributor to a side of her grandmother she never knew. Did this pennant belong to her grandmother, Addie Luther Blemly? Was Grandma part of the Women's Suffrage movement? HISTORY DETECTIVES host Elyse Luray traces the pennant to a pivotal time and place in the fight for women's voting rights.

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HDSI - Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?

Notorious teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa disappeared without a trace in 1975. Was he murdered?

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HDSI - Texas Servant Girl Murders

Before Jack the Ripper, a serial killer walked the streets of Austin, Texas.

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HDSI - Civil War Sabotage?

The steamship Sultana exploded without warning one night in 1865, killing 1,800 people.

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Deleted Scene: Swing Kids in Hamburg

London professor Les Back tells Tukufu about WWII-era Germany's underground jazz scene.

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Deleted Scene: Wartime Contradictions

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Sultana mystery reveal

The History Detectives come to a conclusion about the Sultana mystery.

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Sons of the Pioneers

Archive footage of the Sons of the Pioneers performing Tumbling Tumbleweeds.

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