Category: Retro Cinema

Retro Cinema: 1949 How to Build an Igloo in 40 Minutes



The igloo or “iglu” is a temporary winter shelter built by native Eskimos to use for winter hunting camps. From the Arctic to as far west as the Aleutian Islands of Alaska and as far east as the western coastline of Greenland, the igloo structure evolved through trial and error over hundreds of years. Without the aid of math or engineering theories, igloos have been constructed with only a long sharp blade knife to cut the snow block.

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Reminiscing: The NC State Fair During the 40s and 50s


Ever wonder what the North Carolina State Fair was like in the 1940s and 1950s? Check out this archived video and vintage photos from the State Archives of North Carolina.

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School House Rock “No More Kings” is Great to Watch on Constitution Day!


Have we forgotten the truth in this simple song? If it’s been a while since you checked out “No More Kings” by School House Rock, Constitution Day is the perfect day to do it.

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American Life Before the US Constitution – Educating Kids


It’s Constitution Week! Unmasked History Magazine is celebrating Constitution Day highlighting the most important document of our history – The U.S. Constitution. Check out this video to teach your kids about how American life was like before our US Constitution was created and ratified.

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