The Ultimate Guide to the Presidents: Season 1, Episode 3

A House Divided 1849-1865 (16 Jan. 2013)

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America by the mid-1800s was triple its original size thanks to bold and controversial decisions by Presidents such as Jefferson, Jackson, and Polk. But with new territory came old confrontations.

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George Forgie ...
Himself - University of Texas at Austin
Harold Holzer ...
Himself - Lincoln Scholar
Edward L. Ayers ...
Himself - University of Richmond
Allen Guelzo ...
Himself - Gettysburg College
Paul Finkelman ...
Himself - Albany Law School
Libby O'Connell ...
Herself - Historian
Mark Summers ...
Himself - University of Kentucky
Richard Norton Smith ...
Himself - Presidential Historian
Barry Paris ...
Himself - Historian & Author
Ken Kato ...
Himself - Historian, U.S. House of Representatives (as Kenneth Kato)
Donald Ritchie ...
Himself - Historian, U.S. Senate
H.W. Brands ...
Himself - University of Texas at Austin
Nina Silber ...
Herself - Boston University
Matt Wasniewski ...
Himself - Historian, U.S. House of Representatives
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America by the mid-1800s was triple its original size thanks to bold and controversial decisions by Presidents such as Jefferson, Jackson, and Polk. But with new territory came old confrontations.

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