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by Ken Burns
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The companion to Ken Burns's magnificent PBS television series - updated and expanded to coincide with the broadcast of a new, two-part Tenth Inning....

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by Ken Burns
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Audio CD

The complete text of the bestselling narrative history of the Civil War--based on the celebrated PBS television series.

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by Ken Burns
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Online Video (Free)

A discussion about the documentary "Jazz" with filmmaker Ken Burns and musician Wynton Marsalis, who served as a senior creative consultant for the film.

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by Ken Burns
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Audio Download ($11.90) | Audio CD

In 1903 there were only 150 miles of paved roads in the entire nation and most people had never seen a "horseless buggy"...

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by Ken Burns
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Here are the stories of the extraordinary men and women who made the music: Louis Armstrong, the fatherless waif whose unrivaled genius...

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by Ken Burns
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Online Video (Free)

Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan their six-part PBS documentary series The National Parks: America's Best Idea. Set against breathtaking backdrops, the film is the story of an idea as uniquely American as the Declaration of Independence and just as radical -- that the most special places in the nation should be preserved, not for royalty or the rich, but for everyone.

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by Ken Burns
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Online Video (Free)

Documentarian Ken Burns talks about the making of his new WWII retrospective. The War explores the history and horror of WWII from an American perspective.

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by Ken Burns
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Online Video (Free)

Mr. Burns talked about his nine-part PBS documentary, "Baseball," and described some of the history of the sport.

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by Ken Burns
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Online Video (Free)

He was hailed as a champion of the poor and reviled as a dictator. Louisiana's Huey Long rose to Governor and U.S. Senator on a platform of social reform and justice, all the while employing graft and corruption to get what he wanted.

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by Ken Burns
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Audio Download ($13.30)

In the spring of 1804, at the behest of President Thomas Jefferson, a party of explorers called the Corps of Discovery crossed the Mississippi River and started up the Missouri, heading west into the newly acquired Louisiana Territory.

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