A year later, we take a peek back in on the Founding Fathers and see if they’ve gotten any further in their signing of the Declaration of Independence. This is the Season 1 finale episode of Did This Happen?!
The Wright Brothers were adults when their careers started to soar, but what were they like as kids? That’s what we take a look at in this episode of Did This Happen?!
There’s some debate as to whether or not Benjamin Franklin actually conducted his famous kite/electricity experiment. We explore one possibility of what might have prevented him from doing so in this episode of Did This Happen?!
Hyman Lipman registered the first patent for a pencil with an attached eraser. Well, he did as soon as he found something to write with as we see in this episode of Did This Happen?!
There are several theories as to what happened to the people of The Roanoke Colony. We explore one theory in today’s episode of Did This Happen?!
Legend has it that during the Napoleonic Wars, the residents of Hartlepool in England once put what they thought was a French spy on trial. We take a closer look at this tale in today’s episode of Did This Happen?!
Legend has it that the sandwich is named after John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich. We see exactly how far ahead of his time John Montagu was in this episode of Did This Happen?!
Fourteen year old, Philo T. Farnsworth, continues his work on the electric television. Apparently there was some trouble with some of the early models as we see in this episode of Did This Happen?!
We’re very lucky that Philo T. Farnsworth, as a teenager, didn’t have any distractions like television to keep him from inventing…well…television. But we see some things still were just the same BEFORE television as they were after in today’s episode of Did This Happen?!
Signed in 1215 in England, The Magna Carta is said to have inspired many constitutional documents including the United States Constitution. Journey with us to the date this great document was signed on today’s episode of Did This Happen?!