Rick Lance

Spring Hill, Tennessee, US • 10:26 PM Local Time

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Rick Lance

Category Documentaries
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Clips from projects I fully produced within the last year. For TV or museums.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
forests once covered the dune scape along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. With a canopy thick and green. Here stood the trees that built the cities of Pioneer America. The trees were so plentiful back in the 19th century that no one thought the forest would ever thin out. People migrated here to work with wood Lumberjacks. Miller's carpenters and craftsman imagine riding in opulence and delegates, dining on expertly prepared meals and sipping champagne as your courteous staff attends to your every desire or him. Riding in a Pullman car was a golden age of railroading experience. Pullman epitomized luxurious train travel. The Mount Brodrick Pullman car is a historic railcar on the National Register of Historic Places. Some have called it a four star hotel for railroading. The Mount Brodrick was built in two months in late 1926 at the Pullman factory in Chicago, Illinois. It's nearly autumn when General McClellan finally pursues General Robert E. Lee into Maryland. Lincoln urges him on Thea. Armies clash near Antietam Creek on September 17th. The Battle of Antietam, with more than 22,000 casualties, is the single bloodiest day in the Civil war. A za Confederate survivors staggered past generally, he fought back tears and was only able to repeat the same forwards. It's all