Eminent scholars explore the politicians, planters, soldiers and slaves in the run-up, prosecution and aftermath of war.  The first episode released on Juneteenth sets up the story of the beginning of the end for rice on the Combahee.

1: The Beginning of the End
00:00 / 01:18
2: Robert Smalls Does the Impossible-MPLawrence S. Rowland, PhD
00:00 / 07:50
3: A Southerner's Worst FearBrent Morris, PhD
00:00 / 06:28
4: Abolition TheoriesEric Foner, PhD
00:00 / 05:27
5: Port Royal SoundLawrence S. Rowland, PhD
00:00 / 04:44
6: Big Gun Shoot DayEmory Campbell
00:00 / 03:06
7: Running to FreedomJames Tuten, PhD
00:00 / 05:32
8: Lincoln's Lifelong LearningVernon Burton, PhD
00:00 / 04:10
9: The Cosmology of West Central AfricaJason Young, PhD
00:00 / 05:38
10: Misplaced Visions of VictoryJames Tuten, PhD
00:00 / 03:53
11: The Port Royal ExperimentBrent Morris, PhD
00:00 / 04:42
12: The TranscendentalistsJoel Myerson, PhD
00:00 / 03:06
13: Differing Views on AbolitionBrent Morris, PhD
00:00 / 05:09
14: Evolution of the Task SystemJames Tuten, PhD
00:00 / 05:38
15: Emancipation Day at Camp SaxtonEmory Campbell
00:00 / 03:27
16: Lincoln's Potent PoliticsVernon Burton, PhD
00:00 / 03:19
17: Lincolns Emancipation ThreatEric Foner, PhD
00:00 / 04:48
18: A Meeting to Two WorldsEmory Cambell
00:00 / 03:22
19: Emancipation Into CapitalismJason Young, PhD
00:00 / 03:20
20: The Fate of Two RacesBernard Powers, PhD
00:00 / 11:04
21: What if Lincoln Had SurvivedEric Foner, PhD
00:00 / 03:45
22: The Fate of Rice is Set
00:00 / 01:12