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Hands on History: Ice Cream History (3:55)

In this Hands on History video with Ron Hazelton, learn that for almost two centuries, Americans have been indulging in ice cream. In fact, the U. S. produces over 1.6 billion gallons of ice cream every year; that's about 22 quarts per person!

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