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ALL THE WORLD IS HUMAN: Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca arrived in Florida in 1528 to explore and conquer. Wood tracks his progress to Tallahassee, where his men launched boats for Mexico that sank off Texas. For five years, Cabeza de Vaca lived among Karankwa and Coahuiltean Indians, then walked across America to the Pacific. Using Cabeza de Vaca's book, Wood travels past prehistoric Mexican desert campsites along ancient Indian trails.
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5.0

I'm Thrilled!

By ProfesorE42

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Comments about PBS Michael Wood: Conquistadors DVD:

Beautifully done documentary!

 
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Michael Wood: Conquistadors

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Comments about PBS Michael Wood: Conquistadors DVD:

Excellent! I thoroughly enjoyed this series.

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Exceptional Documentary

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Comments about PBS Michael Wood: Conquistadors DVD:

One of the most amazing stories of human endurance and transformation. Michael Wood did a wonderful job of telling the story of Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca's impossible journey. To me the journey of Cabaza de Vaca's eclipses Lewis and Clark's or even dare I say Colombus'.
I highly recommend this documentary.

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