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100 Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Questions 13 - 15

Can you name one branch of the US government? What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful? Who is in charge of the executive branch? Sixth in a series on the civics questions for the US Naturalization Test.
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100 Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Questions 11 - 12

What is the economic system in the United States? What is the “rule of law”? Fifth in a series on the civics questions for the US Naturalization Test.
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100 Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Questions 8 - 10

What did the Declaration of Independence do? What are two rights in the Declaration of Independence? What is freedom of religion? Fourth in a series on the civics questions for the US Naturalization Test.
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100 Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Questions 4 - 7

What is an amendment? What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution? What is one right or freedom from the First Amendment? How many amendments does the Constitution have? Third in a series on the civics questions for the US N…
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Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Questions 1 - 3

What is the supreme law of the land? What does the Constitution do? What are the first three words of the Constitution, and why are they significant? Watch this video to find out! Second in a series on the civics questions for the US Naturaliza…
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Civics Questions for the US Naturalization Test: Introduction

An introduction to a series on the civics questions for the US Naturalization Test. This video will give you an idea of what the test will be like, and what sorts of questions you can expect. Future videos will be forthcoming.
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Mackinac Island – A Step Back in Time

Mackinac Island, located in the Straits of Mackinac, has been a destination for summer tourists (“fudgies”) for over a hundred years. Part of the island’s charm lies in the fact that cars are not permitted, so horse and buggy are a romantic, if not popula…
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How to Make Bread: Rising, Baking, and Done! (Part 6/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 6 I put the loaves in a warm oven (away from drafts) to rise for 45 - 60 minutes. After rising, the bread is baked at 400 degrees Fahrenheit (204 degrees Celsius) for 30 minutes, or until they…
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How to Make Bread: Shaping the Loaves (Part 5/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 5 I shape the loaves and put them in baking pans. The dough for the cinnamon raisin loaf is rolled out and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and raisins, then rolled up and the ends tucked under b…
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How to Make Bread: Kneading the Dough (Part 4/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 4 I knead the dough by hand. If the dough gets too sticky to handle, I add some extra flour to the kneading surface - not too much, but just enough so I can comfortably handle the dough. Afte…
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How to Make Bread: Mixing the Wet Ingredients (Part 3/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 3 I mix all the liquid ingredients. For this yeast, the water temperature must be between 100 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit (38 - 43 degrees Celsius). Water temperature is important - too cold, …
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How to Make Bread: Mixing the Dry Ingredients (Part 2/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 2 I mix all the dry ingredients in a hand mixer. When using instant dry yeast, all the dry ingredients are mixed before adding the water and other liquid ingredients.
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How to Make Bread: The Ingredients (Part 1/6)

A six-part series showing how to make homemade bread. In Part 1 I introduce the ingredients used to make four loaves of basic white bread:
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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

November 19, 2013 was the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address.” What was the Gettysburg Address? Why was it important? Watch this video to learn about this significant event in U.S. history.
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Christmas Spirit

Anyone who's tried to get the kids to cooperate when it comes to taking pictures knows what a challenge it can be to get the perfect shot! Enjoy these two siblings as they try to get into the holiday spirit :D (Traditional music by Keven MacLeod @ inco…
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Jacob's ABCs

Third time's the charm for three-year-old Jacob as he tries to remember his ABCs singing the Alphabet Song.
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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

A visit to the Dune Climb at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Climb up the big sand hill and hike the 1 1/2 mile Dune Trail to the shore of Lake Michigan. Take a tour through the wild beauty of this natural attraction and see why visitors have bee…
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Memorial Day Parade

A simple Memorial Day parade in a small American town.
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House on the Rock

A glimpse inside a wonderful Wisconsin attraction, the House on the Rock. Learn something about the lifetime dream of one determined man.
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Devil's Lake State Park

Go on an excursion to Devil's Lake State Park in Wisconsin. Enjoy mountain climbing, swimming at the beach, and watching a turkey vulture soar among the bluffs.

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