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American History: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era (1879-1913) Part 2

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DVD 1101.00 The Progressive era (31 min.) Summary: "During the presidencies of Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson, America was witness to so many political, corporate, and social reforms  that the period came to be known as the Progressive Era. This program provides an excellent overview of the times, underscoring the importance of women's suffrage, the Square Deal, the temperance movement,  and other signal initiatives. In addition, many of the era’s movers and shakers are spotlighted, including Upton Sinclair, Eugene Debs, Jane Addams, Jacob Riis, Ida Tarbell, and 'Battling Bob'LaFollette."—

              

America History in Video Documentaries

One Woman, One Vote
directed by Ruth Pollak; produced by Ruth Pollak, in American Experience (Arlington, VAPublic Broadcasting Service (PBS),1995), 1 hour  
Ellis Island
directed by Lisa Bourgoujian; produced byCraig Haffner (New York, NYA&E Television Networks1997), 2 hours  
Clarence Darrow
directed by Forrest Allen; produced by Jack Haley, Jr., 1933-2001 (New York, NYA&E Television Networks1962), 22 mins  
John J. Pershing:The Iron General
directed by Tracey A. Connor; produced byTracey A. Connor, in Biography (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2000), 45 mins  
Fight No More Forever
written by Ken Burns, 1953-; directed byStephen Ives; produced by Stephen Ives, inKen Burns's The West6 (Arlington, VA:Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)1996),1 hour  
Theodore Roosevelt: A Cowboy's Ride to the White House
produced by Darrell Dorgan (Harrington Park, NJJanson Media2011), 1 hour  
The Railroads That Tamed the West
produced by Alison Trinkl, in Modern MarvelsSeason 2, Episode 1 (New York, NYA&E Television Networks1995), 47 mins  
Guns of Remington
produced by Brian Coughlin, in Tales of the Gun (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2000), 39 mins  
U.S. Marshals of the Old West
directed by Richard Ross; produced byRichard Ross (New York, NYA&E Television Networks1999), 45 mins  
The Wright Brothers Controversy
in History's Mysteries (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2000), 38 mins  
The Rockefellers
directed by Allison Guss, in Biography (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2002),41 mins  
Andrew Carnegie: Prince of Steel
produced by Rick Davis, in Biography (New York, NYA&E Television Networks1997),43 mins  
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produced by David Grubin, fl. 1982, inAmerican Experience (Arlington, VAPublic Broadcasting Service (PBS)1996), 3 hours 
Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson
directed by Ken Burns, 1953-; produced byKen Burns, 1953- and Paul Barnes, 1951-(Arlington, VAPublic Broadcasting Service (PBS)2004), 4 hours  
Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony
directed by Ken Burns, 1953- and Paul Barnes, 1951-; produced by Ken Burns, 1953- and Paul Barnes, 1951- (Arlington, VAPublic Broadcasting Service (PBS),1999), 3 hours
Henry Ford: Tin Lizzy Tycoon
in Biography (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2006), 40 mins  
Eleanor Roosevelt: A Restless Spirit
directed by Harry Rasky, 1928-2007; produced by Harry Rasky, 1928-2007, inBiography (New York, NYA&E Television Networks2005), 46 mins  
 

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