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The people

Begins the series on the American West with a look at the native peoples and the explorers and Europeans who saw the territory as new land to settle and conquer.

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  • "West #1: the people [video]"@en
  • "Paul C. Abersole"
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  • "Begins the series on the American West with a look at the native peoples and the explorers and Europeans who saw the territory as new land to settle and conquer."@en
  • "From the beginning of time, the West has been a land of myth. The original Native American inhabitants linked their creation stories to the majestic mountains, searing deserts and silent forests. To Europeans such as Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado, the West was a wilderness to be conquered -- filled with boundless treasure, souls to save or defeat, and new horizons to explore."@en
  • "To the Europeans, the West was a "wilderness" to be conquered: filled with boundless treasure, souls to save and new horizons to explore. Cabeza de Vaca, the first white man to wander the West, was surprised to discover friendship there among the Indians. Yet enemies were all all that the conquistador Coronado discovered as he swept through Indian villages searching in vain for El Dorado, the seven cities of gold."@en
  • "To the Europeans, the West was a "wilderness" to be conquered: filled with boundless treasure, souls to save and new horizons to explore. Cabeza de Vaca, the first white man to wander the West, was surprised to discover friendship there among the Indians. Yet enemies were all all that the conquistador Coronado discovered as he swept through Indian villages searching in vain for El Dorado, the seven cities of gold."
  • "From the beginnings of time, the West has been a land of myth. All across two million square miles of the most spectacular landscape on earth, the original native American inhabitants linked their creation stories to the majestic mountains, pristine rivers, searing deserts and silent forests. This had been their home, since the time long ago "when dogs could talk.""@en
  • "From the beginnings of time, the West has been a land of myth. All across two million square miles of the most spectacular landscape on earth, the original native American inhabitants linked their creation stories to the majestic mountains, pristine rivers, searing deserts and silent forests. This had been their home, since the time long ago "when dogs could talk"."
  • "Nearly 100 years before the American Revolution, the Pueblo people of the southwest rose up again their European masters and drove the Spanish from their lands. Then, with America's purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1804, Lewis and Clark set off to find the fabled Northwest Passage, as a confident young nation prepared for its own epic march across the West."@en
  • "Nearly 100 years before the American Revolution, the Pueblo people of the southwest rose up again their European masters and drove the Spanish from their lands. Then, with America's purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1804, Lewis and Clark set off to find the fabled Northwest Passage, as a confident young nation prepared for its own epic march across the West."
  • "To the original Native American inhabitants, the West has been a land of myth. To the Europeans, such as Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado, the West was a "wilderness" to be conquered. Nearly 100 years before the American Revolution, the Pueblo people of the Southwest rose up against their European masters and drove the Spanish from their lands. Then, with America's purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1804, Lewis and Clark set off to find the fabled Northwest Passage, as a confident young nation prepared for its own epic march across the West."
  • "Nearly 100 years before the American Revolution, the Pueblo people of the Southwest rose up against their European masters and drove the Spanish from their lands. Then, with America's purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1804, Lewis and Clark set off to find the fabled Northwest Passage, as a confident young nation prepared for its own epic march across the West."@en
  • "This first episode in an eight part series on the American West covers the early explorers up to 1806: the Spanish from Mexico, to whom it was the North; the Chinese and Russians who called it the East; and the Americans, the last to arrive, who named it the West."@en
  • "To the original Native American inhabitants, the West has been a land of myth. To the European settlers, the West was a "wilderness" to be conquered. Nearly 100 years before the American Revolution, the Pueblo people of the Southwest rose up against their European masters and drove the Spanish from their lands. Then, with America's purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1804, Lewis and Clark set off to find the fabled Northwest Passage, as a confident young nation prepared for its own epic march across the West."@en
  • ""The West begins as the whole world to the people who live there. It becomes a New World when Europeans arrive, a world shaken by incompatible visions. And almost three centuries later, when Lewis and Clark venture west to find a Northwest Passage, this world becomes the testing-ground for a young nation's continent-spanning dream."--Www.pbs.org."@en
  • "A definitive account of the hope, heartbreak and mythic adventure of America's move west through the unforgettable personal stories of those who lived it."@en

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