Murder of a President

“Murder of a President, a particularly engrossing installment of the American Experience series, portrays Garfield as the John F. Kennedy of his century — a president who embodied a lot of hopes and potential that were never realized…The re-enactments used to help tell the tale are particularly evocative.”

- New York Times, January 30, 2016

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The Poisoner's Handbook

"A fascinating look back at the beginnings of forensic science. These stories make up a grim episode in American history that should never be forgotten."

-Miami Herald

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The Abolitionists

"So rich in well-staged reenactments that it is more docudrama than documentary...The Abolitionists is a reminder for our noisy, instant-news present that the great movements of history take decades to mature, and that presidents and other politicians are often among the last to board the bandwagon."

- New York Times

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Triangle Fire

"An excellent, evenhanded and ultimately heartbreaking examination of the social and economic conditions that led to the deaths of 146 worker... it's a reminder of the valuable service provided by PBS."

- USA Today

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The Greely Expedition

"Rapley approaches a difficult subject with a subtle finesse. It is virtually impossible not to get choked up over the tragedy and sadness that befell these Arctic pioneers."

- Historynet.com

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Buffalo Bill

"Fascinating - lays out in detail how, more than any other American of his time, Cody is the one most responsible for crafting the enduring narrative of the American West."

- New York Post

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Wyatt Earp

"A really interesting biography... goes far beyond the usual portrayal of the Western lawman in popular movies."

- NPR.org

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We Shall Remain

"An interesting and thought-provoking series that all Americans should see."

- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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