Ken Burns

9/27/2007

Baseball

Civil War

Empire of the air–the men who made radio

Jazz

Lewis & Clark: the journey of the Corps of Discovery

Shakers: hands to work, hearts to God

Statue of Liberty

West


Baseball

796.357 BA

1 Our game : the 1840's-1900
2 Something like a war : 1900-1910
3 The faith of fifty million people : 1910-1920
4 A national heirloom : 1920-1930
5 Shadow ball : 1930-1940
6 The national pastime : 1940-1950
7 The capital of baseball : 1950-1960
8 A whole new ballgame : 1960-1970
9 Home : 1970-present

Civil War

973.7 CI

1 The cause, 1861 : at the crossroads of our being
2 A very bloody affair, 1862 : from the Peninsular Campaign to Shiloh
3 Forever free, 1862 : emancipation, the war ennobled
4 Simply murder, 1863 : Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville
5 The universe of battle, 1863 : from Gettysburg to Lookout Mountain
6 Valley of the shadow of death, 1864 : the wilderness to Atlanta
7 Most hallowed ground, 1864 : from the Crater to the Shenandoah
8 War is all hell, 1865 : the final offensives
9 The better angels of our nature, 1865 : victory, assassination, rebirth

Empire of the air–the men who made radio

621.384 EM


Jazz

781.6509 JA

1 Gumbo
2 The gift
3 Our language
4 The true welcome
5 Swing: pure pleasure
6 Swing: the velocity of celebration
7 Dedicated to chaos
8 Risk
9 The adventure
10 A masterpiece by midnight

Lewis & Clark: the journey of the Corps of Discovery

917.8042 LE, 2 parts


Shakers: hands to work, hearts to God

289.8 SH


Statue of Liberty

974.71 ST


West

978 WE

1 The people
2 Empire upon the trails
3 The speck of the future
4 Death runs riot
5 The grandest enterprise under God
6 Fight no more forever
7 The geography of hope
8 Ghost dance
9 One sky above us