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This is Not a History Lecture

Author: Kat and Kaleigh

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Welcome to a refreshingly casual take on history podcasts. Join Kat and Kaleigh as they share their favorite stories from history - the odd, the funny, the forgotten, and the often misunderstood. But fair warning, this is not your average history lecture. New episodes every Tuesday! Contact us! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcast Email: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.com
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160. Murder Castles

160. Murder Castles

2024-03-0501:48:02

159. Cowgirls and Con Men

159. Cowgirls and Con Men

2024-02-2701:23:47

We are feeling fine because it is episode 159 and we've got some great history for you! Today, Kat covers the larger than life Mary Fields. Then Kaleigh tells us about Victor Lustig, the man that sold the Eiffel Tower - twice!Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
It's great to be here for episode 158! Today Kat gives us a wonderful history on Black Americans and the West, including their incredible influence on Cowboy culture, music, food, and Southwestern culture in general. Kaleigh then gives a bio on the peanut guy himself, George Washington Carver.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
It's episode 157 and we are celebrating Valentine's Day! Kat tells us about the unfortunately destroyed 8th natural wonder of the world, New Zealand's Pink and White Terraces. Then Kaleigh gives us the surprisingly long and sometimes deadly history of Valentine's Day.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
Happy 156! For today's episode, we take a look at the Chicago World's Fair or the Chicago World's Columbian Trade Expedition - depending one whatever you think is easier to say. Then we take a look at the life of a incredibly talented photographer and director, Gordon Parks.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
155. An Explosive Episode

155. An Explosive Episode

2024-01-3001:35:18

It's a theme week! This time we are throwing it back to our early days as podcasters and looking at natural disasters and how they have impacted history! Kat tells us about the Lake Nyos disaster (you've just got to listen to this one) then Kaleigh gives us the story of the eruption of Mt. Tambora and the Year Without a Summer.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
For 154 we've got you covered on history - Kat tells about the too short life of Don Mellett, murdered Journalist. Kaleigh then tells us about the largest train robbery in history, aptly named The Great Train Robbery.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
153. A Lady and A Barbarian

153. A Lady and A Barbarian

2024-01-1602:02:27

Welcome to episode 153! Kat tells us all about Elisabeth Feodorovna, who renounced her title to do good works for the people of Russia. Kaleigh then tells us all about the more colorful than expected, Atilla the Hun.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
It's 152 and we've got some good topics for you! Kat covers the Green Revolution that, for better or for worse, drastically changed global agriculture. Kaleigh then gives us a look at the use of Homing Pigeons throughout history and shares the story of Cher Ami, the bravest pigeon that ever was. Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
It's 2024 and we are starting things off strong! Kat covers the life and times of the mother of monsters and of a whole literary genre, Mary Shelley. Then Kaleigh covers the conception and implementation of the French Revolutionary Calendar and its ultimate downfall.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
It's time for our favorite game - guess that history figure! Play along with us as we give the biographies of famous people from history and see how long it takes you to figure out who we are covering!Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!Answers below:Kat: ShakespeareKaleigh: Frederick Douglass
It's ep 149 and we've got another shot and chaser for y'all today - Kat kicks things off with a look at how King Leopold and colonizers decimated the Congo. Then Kaleigh attempts to lighten the mood with the story of Violet Jessop, the Unsinkable Woman.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
148!! It's episode 148!!! Kat finally tells us all about one of her all time favorite people and the namesake of her dog, Nancy Wake a.k.a. The White Mouse! Then Kaleigh tells us a tale as old as time, literally, with a look at the Epic of Gilgamesh.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
Episode 147!!! We've got one of our first episodes featuring Napoleon, as Kat discusses the Battle of the Pyramids and the effects of France's occupation of Egypt and its effect on Egyptian history and global perception. Kaleigh then tells us the short but legendary story of two women from Spanish history - Maria Pita and Augustina of Aragon.Let's Chat! Twitter: @TINAHLpodcastEmail: thisisnotahistorylecture@gmail.comRemember to rate us wherever you can!
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