Categories for Miniseries

Culture Beat, Miniseries

How English Became English: Caxton to Johnson

  • Jun 25, 2015

Welcome to “Culture Beat,” a new series inspired by current events and exhibitions around New York City. Check out these shows while you’re in town, and then continue the conversation…
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First Editions, Miniseries, Rare Books, Stories About Books, Videos

The Story Behind The History of The Indian Tribes of North America

  • May 27, 2014

Watch this short film featuring Rebecca Romney, Manager, Bauman Rare Books, Las Vegas and the story behind the creation of one of the most famous illustrated histories by Thomas McKenney…
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Miniseries, Rare Books, The Bible in English

The Bible in English: Part 4

  • Apr 22, 2014

In the final part of his miniseries on the Bible in English, Las Vegas bookseller Greg hicks offers advice on how to build a collection and where to start.  …
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Miniseries, Rare Books, The Bible in English

The Bible in English: Part 3

  • Apr 18, 2014

In the third installment of his miniseries, the Bible in English, Las Vegas bookseller Greg Hicks examines more of the translations that matter.
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Miniseries, Rare Books, The Bible in English

The Bible in English: Part 2

  • Apr 15, 2014

In the second part of his mini-series, The Bible in English, Las Vegas bookseller Greg Hicks explores the translations that matter. The story of the Bible in English becomes even…
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Miniseries, Rare Books

The Bible in English: Part 1

  • Apr 11, 2014

In the first part of this miniseries, Las Vegas bookseller Greg Hicks reveals why the printing in English of the Bible changed the world forever. While the importance of the…
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Miniseries, Polar Disasters and the Madmen Who Perpetrated Them

John Franklin: The Man Who Ate His Boots, Part III

  • Mar 6, 2014

In the decade or so following his disastrous-if-heroic Coppermine Expedition to the Arctic, John Franklin kept fairly busy.  Upon his return to England, he married and became first a father…
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Forgotten Founding Fathers, Miniseries

Forgotten Founders: Thomas Paine, Part 3

  • Feb 27, 2014

Before the battle of Trenton the half-clad, disheartened soldiers of Washington were called together in groups to listen to that thrilling exhortation… The literary musket reaches its mark… The great…
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Forgotten Founding Fathers, Miniseries

Forgotten Founders: Thomas Paine, Part 2

  • Feb 10, 2014

In Part 1, I explored the controversy over whether Thomas Paine was a Founding Father. This post is about Common Sense, his most famous work and the most influential, brilliant, and…
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Forgotten Founding Fathers, Miniseries

Forgotten Founders: Thomas Paine, Part 1

  • Jan 23, 2014

Should an independancy be brought about…, we have every opportunity and every encouragement before us, to form the noblest purest constitution on the face of the earth. We have it…
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