1. George Washington Carver
The show opens with a "claymation" jar of peanut butter telling his friend (a jar of jelly) all about his hero, George Washington Carver. We learn that G.W.C. was born a slave, but became one of the most famous scientists in America. We learn of his contributions to the farmers of the south and the host of food products he invented.
2. Susan B. Anthony
The program opens in an animated "fantasy world" where only males get to make decisions and women's wishes are ignored. A parallel is drawn to the time in America before women got the vote. We see one of the turning points in the fight for suffrage – when Susan B. Anthony casts a vote and is later arrested. It shows the spread of voting rights across America that lead up to the passage of the 19th amendment.
3. Paul Revere
At a 4th of July parade, a young girl meets a talking horse who happens to be the great, great, great, great, great, great grand daughter of Paul Revere's horse. We travel back in time to see Paul's famous ride to worn the patriots. The show features music, maps and dramatic re-creations.