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Frontier [DVD videorecording] : legends of the Old Northwest / produced by Questar for the History Channel.

Contributor(s): Coyote, Peter [nrt] | Arts and Entertainment Network | Questar Home Video (Firm) | History Channel (Television network).
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: New York : A & E Television Networks, [2004], c1998Description: 2 videodiscs (200 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 0767072731.Other title: Legends of the Old Northwest [DVD videorecording].Subject(s): Frontier and pioneer life -- Northwest, Old | Indians of North America -- Wars -- Northwest, Old | Northwest, Old -- History | Historical reenactments | United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783DDC classification: 977
Contents:
Disc 1. Roger's rangers ; Pontiac's rebellion -- disc 2. The long knives ; Tecumseh: the dream of confederacy.
Peter Coyote, narrator.Summary: Tells the oft-overlooked tales of adventurers, warriors and conflicts that shaped the nation in the late 18th century. Traces the many battles fought by Native Americans against the French, British, Spanish and Americans. Dramatic re-enactments at historic sites, expert commentary, authentic period artifacts and journals are all used to recreate the incredible events of the era that some historians have dubbed "American's true first world war, when forces of Europe's great powers, the fledgling United States and Native Americans fought one another for ascendancy in the New World.
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Adult materials DVD 977 FRO (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562011610161
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DVD.

Originally broadcast on television in 1996.

Peter Coyote, narrator.

Tells the oft-overlooked tales of adventurers, warriors and conflicts that shaped the nation in the late 18th century. Traces the many battles fought by Native Americans against the French, British, Spanish and Americans. Dramatic re-enactments at historic sites, expert commentary, authentic period artifacts and journals are all used to recreate the incredible events of the era that some historians have dubbed "American's true first world war, when forces of Europe's great powers, the fledgling United States and Native Americans fought one another for ascendancy in the New World.

Disc 1. Roger's rangers ; Pontiac's rebellion -- disc 2. The long knives ; Tecumseh: the dream of confederacy.

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