COVER STORY: The Garst Museum features sharpshooter Annie Oakley and newscaster Lowell Thomas, both of whom have roots in Central Ohio. The expansive museum also presents the earliest days of the Buckeye State.
SCENIC AMERICA: Texas might not be top of mind when thinking about the Gulf of Mexico. But the Gulf Coast stretches for hundreds of miles there, with inviting scenery and abundant wildlife.
ON A MUSICAL NOTE: Viewers get to survey a superb collection of old phonographs at The Music Makers Museum in Hillsboro, Ohio. It's a place to hear a variety of early music recordings.
FAMOUS FACES: Harry Truman became president when history was being made at a dizzying speed. His plain-spoken style is examined in this retrospective of our 33rd President.
TIME CAPSULE: Smokey Bear was created as a mascot in 1946. While his look changed over the years, his image became known throughout the land as part of the long-running campaign to prevent forest fires.
SEASONAL FEATURE: Promoters of a winter event in Cincinnati bring in their own snow to provide seasonal fun at the edge of the Ohio River. They call it Snow Banks at the Banks.
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