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Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
For any of you that know me, I love a good yarn. One the of the best things about my job is getting out and about with local people, sharing the knowledge I have about bees, the environment, produce, gardening and healthy living. And I have lots of experience getting on my soapbox! For years now, I have been a representative at local and international conferences. I have appeared on popular TV and radio programs (including The Project, ABC radio, Network Ten News, and Channel Nine’s reality ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. Ben Wood Johnson examines two main theories about crime (Natural and spiritual explanations for crime). Dr. Johnson elaborates on the ramifications of these theoretical approaches to understanding crime in society. He discusses the implications of such approaches for the man. This is not an endorsement of criminal conduct of an…
 
Leader Johnson profiles the debate between him and Eagles analyst Lord Brunson about Jalen Hurts and Gardner Minshew. Ben Simmons possible trade to Portland. What it could take.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support…
 
Leader talks Villanova and 2022 NBA draft top 10 Prospects--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
The first Jewish colonists in North America arrived in 1654. From that moment, Jews worked to build and contribute to early American society and the birth of the United States. Gemma Birnbaum and Melanie Meyers, the Executive Director and Director of Collections and Engagement at the American Jewish Historical Society, join us to explore the histor…
 
Leader Johnson talks Villanova strengths and weaknesses. Villanova/Holy Cross preview plus 2022 NBA draft prospects and salutes Coaches Bridget Orchard, Mark Ferrante, and Villanova legend Andy Talley--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support…
 
In 1803, the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France. This purchase included the important port city of New Orleans. But the United States did not just acquire the city’s land, peoples, and wealth– the American government also inherited the city’s Yellow Fever problem. Kathryn Olivarius, an Assistant Professor of History at Stan…
 
What has enabled the American experiment in democracy to endure for nearly 250 years? What is it about early American history that captivates peoples’ attention and makes them want to support the creation of historical scholarship and the sharing of historical knowledge? David M. Rubenstein, the co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group and a…
 
The Massachusetts Historical Society has a podcast! In this bonus episode of Ben Franklin's World, we'll introduce you to The Object of History, with a full-episode preview of "Episode 4: A Miniature Portrait of Elizabeth Freeman." For more information about this new podcast and how to subscribe visit: https://masshist.org/podcast.…
 
We rejoin Colin Calloway, Professor of History and Native American Studies at Dartmouth College, in this bonus episode so he can answer more of your questions about Native American experiences in early American cities. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/314 Join Ben Franklin's World! Subscribe and help us bring history right to your ears…
 
Have you ever considered early American cities as places where Native Americans lived, worked, and visited? Native Americans often visited early American cities and port towns, especially the towns and cities that dotted the Atlantic seaboard of British North America. Colin Calloway, an award-winning historian and a Professor History and Native Ame…
 
Leader talks Villanova shutout win over Rhode Island in homecoming. Jalen Jackson was electric--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
Welcome to OI Reads, an occasional series on Ben Franklin's World where we introduce you to new books that we'll think you love and that are published by the Omohundro Institute. Using details from her book, The Strange Genius of Mr. O, Carolyn Eastman, a Professor of History at Virginia Commonwealth University, acquaints us with James Ogilvie, one…
 
You know “America’s favorite fighting Frenchman” is the Marquis de Lafayette. But what do you know about Lafayette and his life? How and why did this French-born noble end up fighting in the American Revolution? Mike Duncan, a self-described history geek, public historian, and the podcaster behind the award-winning podcast The History of Rome and t…
 
The transatlantic slave trade dominated in North America during the 17th and 18th centuries. But by 1808, a different slave trade came to dominate in the young United States, the domestic or internal slave trade. Joshua D. Rothman, an award-winning historian, Professor of History at the University of Alabama, and author of the book, The Ledger and …
 
PODCAST EPSIODE 75: Col Wilson, commercial beekeeper, Hunter Valley, New South Wales As life has moved more and more online, it’s often quite easy to find out about a person, their life and business, just by a quick Google search. And while I love the magic and connection and potential the internet and social media has to offer, there is something …
 
PODCAST EPSIODE 74: Michael Johnson, Co-founder of The Basin Backyard, Knoxfield, Victoria The Melbourne suburb known as The Basin (of the City of Knox) is, as the name suggests, a basin-like area surrounded by the majestic Dandenong Ranges. A part of the world I know well, I was over the moon when I first stumbled upon a fantastic bee business apt…
 
PODCAST EPSIODE 73: Nat and Shane, Beekeepers and Founders of Wondermazing Honeybees, Macedon Ranges, Victoria When you run a bee business, thinking up your business name is a big deal. For me, having a name starting with “B” was very helpful, and the sing-song nature of Ben’s Bees felt right from the start. However, if my name wasn’t Ben, and I wa…
 
Investigations of the American Revolution often include explorations of politics, ideology, trade and taxation, imperial control, and social strife. What about religion? What role did religion play in the American Revolution? Katherine Carté, an Associate Professor of History at Southern Methodist University and the author of Religion and the Ameri…
 
PODCAST EPSIODE 72: Crispin Boxhall, Beekeeper and Beekeeping Educator, Petwood, South Australia As some of you know, the Almond Pollination and Beekeeping Field Day held annually (pre-COVID) at Renmark in South Australia is a real love of mine – it’s kind of a bee-nerd fest, if I am honest. Coming together with a group of passionate, dedicated bee…
 
Hive Buddy is a new place for beekeepers to learn, contribute and grow together with their beekeeping. It has been put together by some Australian beekeepers with the hope to finally create a place where beekeepers can increase their confidence and competence in both an informal setting and through more organised mentorship groups. Hive Buddy is a …
 
PODCAST EPSIODE 71: Bron Barton, President of the South Gippsland Beekeeper Club, Korumburra With the rise of bees in the consciousness of the public as people come to realise their role as the world’s most vital pollinators, beekeeping clubs have also risen in popularity. Beekeeping clubs offer a range of amazing resources for new and professional…
 
To understand early American history, we need to investigate and understand North America as an Indigenous space. A place where Native American populations, politics, religion, and trade networks prevailed for centuries before and after the arrival of Europeans and enslaved Africans. In this episode, we travel into the heart of the North American c…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 70: Dr John Roberts, entomologist and bee expert at the CSIRO, Australia There are amazing Australians working to keep the country and the planet healthy and disease-free. We have all seen the incredible work that healthcare workers are doing day in, day out, to test, and vaccinate people from catching COVID-19, as well as those nur…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 69: Stan Taylor, beekeeper and author of Stan’s Bee Book, Western Australia Ben’s Bees has given me so many incredible opportunities. I love the people I meet each and every day through running a business built on passion. This includes activists and entrepreneurs doing incredible work that helps the environment and makes living on …
 
By the eighteenth century, the Atlantic Ocean had become a busy highway of ships crisscrossing its waters. What do we know about the ships that made these transatlantic voyages and connected the eighteenth-century British Atlantic world through trade, people, and information? Phillip Reid, a historian of the Atlantic World and maritime technology a…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 68: Simon Mildren, fire fighter, beekeeper, and CEO/founder of HiveKeepers, Australia Some people love hot-rods, while others get more excited over diamonds; high-end designer handbags; fine china; boats; the fanciest pair of sneakers. There are many lush collectables that people desire with all their heart and do whatever they have…
 
Leader talks Villanova football and basketball recruiting plus more. Philadelphia 76ers new moves and Ben Simmons news--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
The story of freedom in colonial New Orleans and Louisiana pivoted on the choices black women made to retain control of their bodies, families, and futures. How did black women in colonial Louisiana navigate French and Spanish black and slavery codes to retain control of their bodies, families, and futures? Jessica Marie Johnson, Assistant Professo…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 67: Trevor Weatherhead, beekeeper and chair of the AHBIC, Peak Crossing, Queensland As a baby of the 1970s, I have a sense of nostalgia and fondness for that era. The social change, the focus on environmental issues, the passion that people had for protesting for a more liberated and conscious society – not to mention the fashion! I…
 
In Episode 307, Michael Hattem helped us investigate the role history played in the American Revolution and the ways early historians used history as a tool to unite Americans as one people after the Revolution. This bonus episode brings us back together with Michael Hattem so we can explore a few topics we didn’t have time to explore in our full-l…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 66: Cate Burton, Founder and CEO of Queen B, Sydney, Australia Anyone that knows me knows, even before I had a factory space to make all my bee-related products for Ben’s Bees, and even before I had the staff to help me make them, my home was overflowing with handmade bee products. In particular, the kitchen would transform into a c…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 65: Natalie Skovron, founder and CEO of DETOXDEN, Sydney and online Being a beekeeper has opened my mind and life up to healthy living and expanded my awareness of using natural materials whenever possible. One of the things I have deeply enjoyed about selling bee-related products over the past ten or more years, is watching the way…
 
Leader Johnson previews the Penn State football team and talks why they could finish top five team this season.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
The story of the founding of the United States is a familiar one. It usually (but not always) begins with the English settlement at Jamestown, Virginia in 1607, describes the founding and development of thirteen British North American colonies that hugged North America’s eastern seaboard, and then delves into the imperial reforms and conflicts that…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 64: David Priddy from Sundew Solutions, Australia As some of my many jobs include the rehoming of bee swarms and nests and the removal of dangerous wasp nests, I have done quite a bit of thinking about different methods of pest removal. Of course, when it comes to bees, the answer is to do what you can to always save the colony and …
 
PODCAST EPISODE 63: Ronnie Voigt, natural beekeeper and educator, Natural Beekeeping Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania One form of heaven involves two of my greatest loves: natural beekeeping and Tasmania. Most of you would know that Tasmania is an exquisite island situated off the mainland of Australia, home to diverse and pristine landscapes, and unique…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 62: Vearna Gloster, beekeeper, poet and author, Trinidad and Tobago, South America Beekeeping is an ancient and expansive practice that continues to be part of cultures from all over the world. This is one of the aspects of beekeeping that I am most humbled and excited by; also, it means that I have the privilege and joy of meeting …
 
Leader talks the importance of Caleb Daniels and Justin Moore taking the next step. Who's next in Nova football recruiting after a hot start and more--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
PODCAST EPISODE 61: Beekeeper, entrepreneur and founder of Whale Labs, James Watts, Brisbane, Queensland Beekeeping is an everchanging and exciting practice and industry. With so much still not known about bees and the incredible properties of honey and other bee-related substances, apiary and beekeeping are areas that engage constantly with scienc…
 
Leader talks why Bryan Antoine at small forward will be the best move for the whole team. Gives an update on recruiting possibilities and battle for Cam Whitmore--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
The words of the Declaration of Independence are not the only aspect of the American Revolution that carry power. Visual and material objects from during and after the Revolution also carry power and meaning. Objects like monuments, uniforms, muskets, powder horns, and the Horse’s Tail, a remnant of a grand equestrian statue of King George III, whi…
 
Leader talks key players and the impact of transfers. Updates 2022 basketball class and who could be next.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
Leader breaks down Ben Simmons trade possibilities and Penn State basketball recruitment starting to heat up.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
Leader talks 2022 elite point guard Mark Armstrong and the team he starts with. Plus the first 2022 commitment by Villanova football in QB Tanner Maddocks--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support
 
Leader Johnson is back and talks about who will start between Trey Patterson, Caleb Daniels, and Brandon Slater. Leader breaks down deep Villanova bench and possible line ups--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leader-johnson/support…
 
PODCAST EPISODE 60: Liz Frost, Technical Specialist of Bees and co-manager of Plan B, Hunter region, New South Wales, Australia There are a lot of people in the bee world who do amazing work, but every now and then you come across someone who truly blows you away. Liz Frost is undoubtedly one of those humans and I am thrilled to introduce her to th…
 
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