Conclusion. Migrations of convenience are examined. Included: moving to the suburbs; industries and workers moving to the Sunbelt; and tech industries and workers returning to gentrified consumer metropolises.
Part 2 of 3. A look at how the labor force demands of WWI accelerated the move from farms to cities and initiated the Great Migration out of the South. Also: the Depression and its impact on migration; and the Dust Bowl migration.
St. Augustine, Fla., the oldest city in the U.S., is visited. Included: the story of Henry Flagler, who built a railroad that turned Florida into the "American Riviera"; Flagler College's coastal environmental project; and the Fountain of Youth.
Conclusion. In Guatemala, a Maya crafts market is toured; Lake Atitlan in the Sierra Madre mountains is visited; and an active volcano is explored. Also: coffee and its history; and an ancient Maya ball game that's similar to baseball.
Part 1 of 2. A tour of Guatemala spotlights the country's ancient tribal communities and explains how they developed calendars that are as accurate as the ones used today; stops in Funsepa, a non-profit that helps children; and tours the city of Antigua.
The Season 16 premiere explores Kansas City. Included: the town's best barbecue joint; Kauffman Stadium, which is the home of the Kansas City Royals; the city's great art museum; and the World War I Memorial Museum.