Wes Cowan hunts for the identity of a man whose name is engraved on a rare matched set of Civil War-era pistols, still in the original case. Tukufu Zuberi tracks down the story behind an old 78rpm, distributed by K.K.K. Records, containing songs titled "The Bright Fiery Cross" and "The Jolly Old Klansman." And Eduardo Pagan tries to prove that James Jamerson, a bass player whose bass line drove the Motown sound, owned a battered Ampeg B-15 amp that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will display - but only if inductee Jamerson really owned it.
HDSI - Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?HDSI - Texas Servant Girl MurdersHDSI - The Disappearance of Glenn MillerHDSI - Civil War Sabotage?3-D Cuban Missile CrisisMysteries from the Wild WestBill of Sale, Cobb Powder Horn and the Star Spangled BannerColored Heroes, Valley Forge Map and a Transistor RadioVietnam Diary, Bootlegger’s Notebook and a Hollywood LedgerTitanic Picture Frame, Woolworth Signs, Nazi Spy ToysBird of War, Lincoln Oath and War Spoils of a Peace ChiefCivil War Derringers, KKK Records & Motown’s Bottom LineBook of Rogues, Empire State Crash & a Forbidden PinupDylan Goes Electric, Beatles Autograph & Frank Zappa CollageChandler Tintype, Hollywood Indian Ledger, Harlem HeirsClub Continental, St. V-Day Massacre, Society Circus ProgramOrder of Leopold, Suffrage Pennant, WB Cartoon1775 Almanac, Exercise Records, Moon MuseumMarion Carpenter Camera, Drug Smuggling Doll, Florida MapHot Town Poster, Andrew Jackson Mouth, and Modoc BasketJapanese Cane, Revolutionary Telescope & I.W. Baker's...
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