The Who Built America that I'm familiar with is a CD-ROM (for Mac only)
multimedia package dealing with US labor and social history from
Reconstruction to the WWI. It is one of the best CD-ROM mm I've ever
seen...an absolute must have for any collection interested in these
topics. The CD is available from Voyager Co.
Are you referring to a video or some other media package?
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On Wed, 8 Apr 1998, Gail Fedak 898-2740 wrote:
> One of our faculty is interested in this series (specifically series 2) from
> American Social History Productions at CUNY. I requested to preview the
> programs for purchase consideration, but they would not consider any such
> arrangement. Now I am looking for critical reviews from people who have used
> this series to determine if the programs are as good as the brochure looks. I
> would also welcome reviews of series 1 as well. If you can provide information
> or sources, you may respond to me directly at the email address below. Many
> thanks in advance.
> Gail B. Fedak
> Coordinator, Instructional Media Resources
> Middle Tennessee State University
> 615 - 898-2740