Author and historian Paul Kelton discusses why diseases introduced by European immigrants infected disproportionately large numbers of Native Americans and examines the way diseases contributed to the decline of native populations.
The labor union representing airline pilots has a discussion with U.S. and Canadian federal safety regulators on issues including unmanned aircraft systems and the investigation into Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Christine Dunbar, executive director of the Brown County Historical Society, discusse the Historic Hazelwood House and Morgan and Elizabeth Martin, who built and lived in the house during the 19th century.
Leah Davis-Witherow, history curator at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, discusses William Jackson Palmer, who was the founder of Colorado Springs and largely responsible for the city's early growth.
Vice President Spiro Agnew speaks at a midwest regional Republican party conference to debate that television network commentators are an unelected elite who are biased against Nixon Administration's policies.