History is chuck full of stories. Most you will never hear in history class. What better way is there to remember history than to feel like you are a part of it through story? Daniel's stories will transport you beyond the bare bones of history by helping you get to know characters and events in an engaging way. Know the difference between a buccaneer and a pirate? You will after you have heard Daniel's stories of Captain Kidd and Black Beard. Having trouble remembering why Teddy Roosevelt belongs on Mt. Rushmore? Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller will make History come alive and make you want to learn more.
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Heros and adventure Adventure and heroism were often as much a part of history as they are of any fictional story. Lewis and Clark traveled through lands unknown. A small sickly boy became Admiral Nelson, hero of the Royal Navy. Real pirates lives were more astonishing than any tale of hidden treasure. Get to know the characters of our past more personally. Learn history through story.
Building a nation Learn about the birth and growth of the U.S.A., and how everyday people made history happen. From common soldiers, to pioneers, from simple farmers to basement inventors, people just like you forged a great nation. Learn the stories of how the weak and simple changed history.
Funny and tragic past History can make you laugh and make you cry. Learn how gold rush fortunes were made without ever finding the motherload. Learn why King Louis XIV inspired a blockbuster men's fashion trend -- high heels. Explore the poignant conflict of man versus nature in the battle for survival with the story of the "last great bear". Let history become as real as this week's newspaper. Let Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller help you get acquainted with another era's scandals, triumphs, and sorrows.
Oregon Trail, kings and presidents, war, old west/gold rush, the golden age of piracy, and many more tales await. Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller moves past the boring and takes you into the story. Daniel is a skilled researcher, and has a special knack for keeping a story historically accurate while relating it to today's listener in an enjoyable format.
Is there a part of history you would like to study? Or maybe your town has a founder or hero you would like to hear more about. Let Daniel brush the cobwebs off the past and bring that special character to life for you.