The History Guy Podcast, Unsung Heroes: The First Cartridge Video Game Console and "Brave Bessie"
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This episode includes a story only told on the podcast! On this episode of the History Guy Podcast, The History Guy discusses two stories of Unsung Heroes. First is exclusive to the podcast: the story of Jerry Lawson, lead on the invention of the first cartridge-based video game console, the Channel F. Next is the story of Bessie Coleman, a woman of African and Native American descent who became one of the first women to hold an international pilot's license, and who became a well-known barnstormer in the early days of aviation.
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