The Monday American: A History Podcast

Revisiting American history, because hindsight isn't always 20/20

American History revisited, because hindsight isn’t always 20/20. The Podcast Advocate Network brings you an American history podcast that holds true to the words of Rudyard Kipling: “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” We put the “story” back into History!


The Monday American: a history podcast

The Monday American is a show for all people to learn and  appreciate the history of America. When the host, Andrew Gehrt, decided to launch the show in February of 2017 he did so with a mission to help put the "story" back into history. 

From his studio in Greenville, SC he researches, records and produces each episode of the podcast. Although he is the voice of the program and the executive producer, the show would never have happened if it had not been for the help received (and still receiving) along the way. 

The Monday American attempts to highlight important historical events from the nation's history while simultaneously creating a "new" way to learn about the importance of said events. The goal is to present history exactly the way Rudyard Kipling himself suggests: 

"If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten."

The Monday American is proudly a part of the Podcast Advocate Network, a network of producers, shows and friends who share the common vision of promoting quality podcasts to people across the world.


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The full library of episodes is available on any podcast platform or by clicking the "episodes" link on the website!