'Hands-On History' tells stories in a way you've never seen before

It's time for some history.

No, no, it's not what you're thinking... I'm not talking about history from a textbook or some sterile classroom.

I'm talking about real, hands-on history... the kind you can see and touch.

In our day, with the media's constant barrage of polarization, propaganda and fake news, our society has become so far removed from original sources, we don't know what's real anymore.

Imagine seeing the real-life artifacts from people who actually lived in places that actually existed and shaped the world we know today.

It is a different way of teaching history, using artifacts from my personal collection and tied together in ways that you haven't seen. Our first episode premiered on May 31 and episode 2 came out today.

Check them out and leave a comment if you'd like. I'd love to know what you think.

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