Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum Ohio Part 1
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Pickerington, Ohio
The American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation (AMHF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt foundation, was created in 1982 to recognize, record and preserve our motorcycling heritage. Direction of the AMHF is provided by an elected volunteer board.
This is part one of a two part series on the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
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National Museum of the United States Air Force, Part 1
National Museum of the United States Air Force, Part 2
National Museum of the United States Air Force, Part 3
General Sherman House in Lancaster, Ohio
Athens County Historical Museum in Athens, Ohio
Fort Steuben in Steubenville, Ohio
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Murrays Motorcycle Museum - Walkthrough - Ilse of Men TT 2017
A walk trough the Murrays Motorcycle Museum at the Ilse of Men TT 2017.
The hidden motorcycle museum
Hidden behind a house in Spanaway, Washington, is one of the best privately owned collections of motorcycles in the country. The collection includes a full set of Harley-Davidson Knuckleheads.
National Motorcycle Museum: Construction Montage
The National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa is moving to a larger location on the edge of Anamosa. Right at the intersection of Highway: 151, and 64 just east of Anamosa.
The new museum is nearly double the size of the current museum and will be able to house a replica Board Track, Hill Climb and a complete state of the art restoration facility.
Here is a sneak peak at how the construction is coming along. We hope to have a soft open of the museum during the J&P Cycles Open House on June 26th, and 27th, 2010.
American Pickers visit the National Motorcycle Museum
Watch as American Pickers Mike Wolfe & Frank Fritz visit the National Motorcycle Museum to meet fans and sign autographs.
The National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa has over 300 historic motorcycles on display and is open to the public 7 days a week.
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The Southern Museum of Flight (Part 2) - KEN HERON
Ken was given unique access to the exhibits at The Southern Museum of Flight in Birmingham, Alabama.
They even allowed him to fly his DRONE among the antique planes, helicopters and other displays! A big-BIG thanks to the museum staff for trusting in Ken's piloting skills!!
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Top 16 Things To Do In Alabama
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10. Birmingham Museum of Art -
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Exploring Moundville Archaeological Site | MADRAS ARSENAL
If you would like to support the channel, you may do so through our Patreon page at: Moundville is a must see visit if you are in the area. It is located just 10 minutes off the main interstate and hosts a wealth of History. The site was occupied by Native Americans of the Mississippian culture from around 1000 AD to 1450 AD. Around 1150 AD it began its rise from a local to a regional center. At its height, the community took the form of a roughly 300-acre (121 ha) residential and political area protected on three sides by a bastioned wooden palisade wall, with the remaining side protected by the river bluff.
The largest platform mounds are located on the northern edge of the plaza and become increasingly smaller going either clockwise or counter clockwise around the plaza to the south. Scholars theorize that the highest-ranking clans occupied the large northern mounds, with the smaller mounds' supporting buildings used for residences, mortuary, and other purposes. A total of 29 remain on the site. Of the two largest mounds in the group, Mound A occupies a central position in the great plaza, and Mound B lies just to the north, a steep, 58 feet (18 m) tall pyramidal mound with two access ramps. Along with both mounds, archaeologists have also found evidence of borrow pits, other public buildings, and a dozen small houses constructed of pole and thatch.
Archaeologists have interpreted this community plan as a sociogram, an architectural depiction of a social order based on ranked clans. According to this model, the Moundville community was segmented into a variety of different clan precincts, the ranked position of which was represented in the size and arrangement of paired earthen mounds around the central plaza. By 1300, the site was being used more as a religious and political center than as a residential town. This signaled the beginning of a decline, and by 1500 most of the area was abandoned.-Wikipedia