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The History of the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express

DVD (UPC: 894190001899)
  • Educational (Aspect: Unknown)
  • DVD-R Product: This Product is manufactured on demand.
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Starring:
pony express riders, pioneers, Indians, frontiersmen

Price: Price: $13.99

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Synopsis
2 PROGAMS ON 1 DVD! Breathtaking photography, live re-enactments, illustrated maps and rare photographs make these award-winning historical adventures come to life and ones that will entertain and educate all age groups for many years to come. THE OREGON TRAIL - The reasons for going...the hauntingly beautiful landscape...the rivers they followed and crossed...the joys and hardships...and the elation and the dissension as described in immigrants diaries...all come to life in this detailed account of Americas longest and most famous trail. Approx. 35 Minutes THE PONY EXPRESS - Glossed over by all of the adventure and romance attached to it, most people dont realize the Pony Express lasted only 19 months. It was a grand gamble that eventually led to the bankruptcy of the three men who started it. Yet, during its brief life span it caught the attention of Americans, made a legend of the riders and provided a vital link between California and the Northern states at the onset of the Civil War. Approx. 16 Minutes Great videos to have on hand for youngsters as well as for history buffs. A wonderful tool for homeschooling as well.Perfect for the whole family to watch to look at some beautiful scenery of America.
Specifications

  • UPC: 894190001899
  • Release Date: DVD-5
  • Content Provider: Marshall Publishing & Promotions, Inc.
  • Runtime: 50:00
  • Genre: Educational; History; Special-Interest
  • Language: English
  • Format: Color,NTSC
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  • Aspect: Unknown
  • Rating: NR
  • Audio: Stereo
  • Color/BW: Color
  • Special Features: 2 Programs on 1 DVD
  • Copyright: 2009.0
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: DVD-5

Cast and Crew

Starring:
pony express riders
pioneers
Indians
frontiersmen

Written by:
Jim Whitefiled

Directed by:
Tom Edinger

Produced by:
Tom Edinger