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Tuberculosis was once the deadliest killer in human history.
In the summer of 1910, the largest fire in American history raged in the Northern Rockies.
By the time he died in 1931, Thomas Edison was one of the most famous men in the world.
The most progressive state in the South earned a new nickname in the 1960s: Klansville USA
The Wizard of Odd, who became one of the richest and most famous men in the world.
In September 1959, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev made an unprecedented visit to America
The story behind civil rights activists who challenged segregation in the American South.
The deadliest workplace accident in New York's history changed American factories forever.
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After fleeing Saigon, the South Vietnamese Navy holds a solemn flag-lowering ceremony.
Col. Stuart Herrington helps a South Vietnamese family escape. Premieres April 28 on PBS.
Miki Nguyen recounts his family's daring escape from Vietnam. Premieres April 28 on PBS.
In April 1975, the North Vietnamese Army was closing in on Saigon. Premieres 4/28 on PBS.
Gerry Berry was a marine helicopter pilot during the fall of Saigon in 1975.
In 1975, Dam Pham was a South Vietnamese Army Officer Lieutenant.
Executive Producer Mark Samels talks about "Last Days in Vietnam." Premiering 4/28 on PBS.
Consumptives played an integral role in settling the West. Premieres Feb. 10 on PBS.
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The heroic efforts to help evacuate 135,000 South Vietnamese during the fall of Saigon.
The battle against TB had a lasting impact on America. Premieres February 10 on PBS.
In 1910 the largest fire in U.S. history burned over 3 million acres. Premiering Feb 3.
The story of the Father of Invention. Premieres January 27, 2015 on PBS.
In the 1960s, the Ku Klux Klan reemerged in an unlikely place. Premieres January 13, 2015.
Robert Ripley was the wizard of odd. Premieres January 6 on PBS American Experience.
Executive Producer Mark Samels on what's coming to American Experience in Winter 2015.
In 1959, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev toured the U.S. Premieres Nov. 18 on PBS.