The career of America's most famous and controversial nuclear physicist and his fall from grace during the Cold War.
The human story behind the massive American effort to eliminate the debilitating effects of the polio virus and the truly untested nature of Salk's original vaccine.
The circumstances surrounding the last days of the 16th President of the United States.
A 1951 murder by a Mexican-American laborer brings into question the legal status of Hispanics in the United States.
A chronicle of the early relations and negotiations between the tribes of what became known as New England and the European settlers.
The story of a great Native American alliance to counter the 1800s US westward expansion from the Atlantic coast.
Perspectives on the forced move of the Cherokee from the southeast to the newly established "Indian Territory" of what is now Oklahoma
A portrait of the Chiracahua Apache who was one of the last Native Americans to continue armed resistance in North America.
Rebellious Lakota and allies take up arms in 1973 and force an examination of the failures of the reservation system in the United States.
Stacy Keach narrates the story of America's first family. The chronicle, which features home movies, archival footage and photos, includes patriarch Joseph Kennedy's business and political dealings, John F. Kennedy's 1960 presidential election and Robert F. Kennedy's tragic 1968 campaign, as well as Edward M. Kennedy's failed 1980 bid.