Category Archives: Hall of Fame Podcast
In this episode we highlight the first Euro-American to cross North America: Alexander Mackenzie. Enjoy and share with your friends and family!
This episode highlights the author of one of the great masterworks in chronicling the importance of river transportation and the steamboat era: Dr. Louis C. Hunter.
In this episode, we review the life of one of the great Missouri River steamboat captains, Captain Joseph LaBarge.
A canal to connect trade from the Great Lakes across New York to the Hudson River – that was the vision and accomplishment of New York governor DeWitt Clinton. Enjoy!
This episode of the National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast spotlights explorer Rene Robert Cavelier, sieur de La Salle. La Salle was one of North America’s foremost explorers whose travels expanded knowledge of the Ohio River, the Great Lakes, and … Continue reading
This week’s episode of the National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast highlights artist George Catlin. Enjoy! George Catlin was an adventurous and talented painter who ventured to the American West several times in the early 1800s. His paintings gave many … Continue reading
This week’s episode of the National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast highlights the life and career of the first woman to earn a Master’s license, Captain Mary Miller. Enjoy!
Enjoy today’s episode of the National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast highlighting the amazing life and career of America’s first great songwriter, Stephen Foster:
Join us to explore the riveting stories of fascinating people that lived remarkable lives and shaped American history along the banks of those rivers. We have been so honored at your amazing reception to last week’s release of the debut … Continue reading
We are so excited to launch this new weekly National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast where you can explore the riveting stories of fascinating people that lived remarkable lives and shaped American history along the banks of the continent’s vast … Continue reading