Jeremiah Warren is a filmmaker based out of Dallas, TX. He has an avid interest in history and learning. Jeremiah uses his skills in filmmaking to bring lessons and stories to life, and to educate people in an engaging and entertaining way. His work has been featured on the Huffington Post, Gizmodo, The Atlantic, Mashable, Good Morning America, and Wired, to name just a few.
Did you know Theodore Roosevelt received both the Medal of Honor AND the Nobel Peace Prize? The 26th President of the United States, Teddy Roosevelt was known as the Cowboy of the Dakotas, the originator of the phrase “Square Deal” (meaning the average citizen would get a fair share under his domestic policies), and the founder of the Bull Moose Party. In this lesson, learn more about his life and impact on American history.
Did you know that Saint Patrick was actually British? What about the fact that he was once a slave, and escaped to study and become a bishop? Or that his given name was actually Maewyn Succat? In this lesson from Jeremiah Warren, unleash your inner Irish by learning all about the life and legends of the man who spent thirty years travelling Ireland converting pagans to Christianity.
Learn all about the amazing life of war hero, sharpshooter, movie star, author, and songwriter Audie Murphy. Despite being too young and too short to enlist, elementary school drop-out Audie Murphy joined the army in World War II and won every medal (some twice) in the US military for his courage and skill at defending territory against impossible odds. His autobiography To Hell and Back was made into a movie (in which he starred), and was Universal's highest grossing picture for decades.
Did you know that Thomas Edison didn’t invent the first lightbulb? Or that he got his job as a telegraph operator by saving a girl from being run over by a train? How about the fact that he didn't learn to talk until he was four years old, or that he designed concrete furniture? In this lesson from Jeremiah, learn all about Thomas Edison: inventor and shrewd businessman. Edison was a genius at improving on or taking credit for the inventions of others, like Nikola Tesla or Joseph Wilson Swan.