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Our Documentaries are available on DVD

The Blennerhassetts Documentary title page

The tale of The Blennerhassetts, and their role in early American history, is immortalized at the Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park and museum, located in Parkersburg, W.Va., but until now, the story has not been told in documentary form.  

A Moving Monument Documentary title page

Many argued that the citizens of the state should be able to choose their own capital city, and ultimately the Legislature agreed to submit the issue to a statewide vote. When the votes in the 1877 referendum were tallied, Charleston had 41,243 votes, Clarksburg 29,942, and Martinsburg 8,046. And Governor Henry M. Mathews proclaimed the state government would return to Charleston.

Outlier Documentary title page

“Outlier: The Story of Katherine Johnson" is an hour-long biographical documentary that will educate and inspire.  It is particularly relevant given our national focus on the need to attract more women into STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).  

Burning Springs Documentary title page

History records the Drake Well in Pennsylvania as the birthplace of the oil and gas industry, but decades before Edwin L. Drake struck oil in Titusville, PA, oil fever burned in western Virginia. "Burning Springs" reveals the history of the industry and the influence it wielded during the U.S. Civil War. Dramatically recounts the first military assault on an oilfield in the history of warfare.

A Principled Man Documentary title page

He was called “The Lion from Zion.” A reference to his years in the pulpit and a fitting metaphor for a man whose roar echoed across continents. A towering figure in America’s civil rights movement, Sullivan dedicated his life to stalking injustice and oppression. A mentor of Martin Luther King, the Sullivan Principles helped to free Nelson Mandela and South Africa from the chains of apartheid.

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