Item Details

How the States Got Their Shapes [videorecording]

produced by Half Yard productions for the History Channel
Format
Video; DVD
Summary
Every line on the U.S. map tells a great story: California's border was bent to claw onto lucrative gold deposits ... Oklahoma's panhandle reflects a shifting national barometer for legal slavery ... Kentucy, Tennessee and Virginia's shared border traces the scar of a meteor impact. The segments reveal the larger story of what makes America unique: a range of natural resources, a history of social experimentation, and a thriving democracy.
Director
Ann Carroll
Performers
Host: Brian Unger.
Release Date
2010
Run Time
100 min.
Language
English
Notes
Based on the book by Mark Stein.
Variant Title
How the states got their shape
Special presentation : how the states got their shape
ISBN
9781422988824, 1422988821
Credits
Executive producers, Sean Gallagher and Abby Greensfelder ; producer, director, and writer, Ann Carroll.
Published
[New York] : A & E Television Networks, 2010.
Publisher no.
  • AAAE225620 A & E Television Networks
  • DVSS1327400 A & E Television Networks
Related Resources
Table of contents only
Description
1 videodisc (ca. 100 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD.
Technical Details
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