After his famous flight, Charles Lindbergh becomes known to all the world but struggles with life in the limelight.
Chronicle of the 37th President - from his earliest ambitions to his innovative foreign policy and paranoia of perceived rivals.
Episode focusing on Polish immigration in the 1910s and the contributions of Poles to the United States.
The trial of Charles Guiteau, a seeming madman who killed President James Garfield.
The story behind orbiting satellites, the "space race," and the proliferation and uses of man-made satellites.
The unbounded optimism of the Jazz Age and the shocking consequences when reality finally hit on October 29th, ultimately leading to the Great Depression.
America is spanned when the Central Pacific and Union Pacific join track and enable a railroad system that is truly transcontinental.
The distinctive music of Louisiana including Cajun and Zydeco performances.
Oil exploration and the fortunes and failures of the independent opportunists who searched for it.
After the stock market crashed in 1929, thousands suffered unemployment and poverty in the Great Depression. The most desperate year, 1932, brought World War I veterans' Bonus March, the election of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the New Deal.
A story of Mexican-American workers in early 20th century copper mines in the southwest.
A history of the three major amusement parks that made Coney Island one of America's favorite recreational diversions in the early to mid 20th century and the ultimate fate of Coney Island.
A tale of British children sent to North America during the early World War II bombing of London.
The story of Eugene Dennis and his wife Peggy, communist activists in the post-World War II era.
The evolution of the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an instrument to battle serious interstate crime and the personal mission of its controversial leader.