Aftershock : beyond the Civil War
In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. This program examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states -- terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead
DVD Video, English, 
History Channel : Distributed in the U.S. by New Video, New York, N.Y., 
Documentary television programs
"Contains depictions of violence and offensive but historically accurate racial epithets; viewer discretion is advised."
1 videodisc (approximately 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Aftershock / produced by Limulus Productions Inc
Images of the Civil War / a Lou Reda production ; a presentation of A&E Network ; originally broadcast in 1993 as a segment of the television program: Time machine
Guns of the Civil War / produced by Greystone Communications Inc. for the History Channel ; originally broadcast in 1998 as a segment of the television program: Tales of the gun
Originally broadcast on A & E Television Networks in 2006
Recorded in Dolby digital stereo
Special features: Bonus documentaries: Images of the Civil War and Tales of the gun: Guns of the Civil War
Narrator, Mike Hodge.
Director of photography, Thomas Danielczik ; music, Gerhard Guter.