The History Channel commemorates the National Museum of American History's stunning exhibition, "America on the Move: 1876-2000," with two documentaries exploring the role of transportation in shaping U.S. history and culture. The first feature, AMERICA ON THE MOVE, takes viewers on a guided tour of the exhibit, revealing highlights of the museum's transportation collection that includes an original steam locomotive, the interior of a Mississippi riverboat, and an actual chunk of the legendary roadway Route 66. The second feature, the A&E biography HENRY FORD: TIN LIZZY TYCOON, weaves archival footage and interviews with historians, family members, and former employees into an in-depth portrait of the man who made the automobile an American fixture.
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