Coming into America [videorecording] / written, produced and directed by John Angier ; PBS ; National Science Foundation produced in association with Scientific American Magazine ; CPTV ; produced by Chedd-Angier.
- [S.l.] : Distributed by PBS Home Video, c2004.
- Scientific American frontiers
1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
- Clovis culture.
North America -- Antiquities.
- Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Documentary television programs.
- Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
- System Details:
- This program highlights current research which is challenging the traditional theory of how people first came to North America in prehistoric times. It has been assumed that the Clovis, the oldest people to populate the continent, moved south from Alaska as Canadian ice sheets were breaking up. New findings by archealogists indicate people may have come from more than one place following a number of routes including a Pacific coastal route, a Beringian land route and an Atlantic ice route. Clovis culture and technology is discussed. New research findings by Dennis Stanford, Jon Erlandson, Michael Collins, Al Goodyear, Steve Holen and David Yesner are presented.
- Hosted by Alan Alda.
- Editor, David Berenson ; photography, Peter Hoving.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Hazel M. Hussong Fund.
- Angier, John. , Author, Producer, Director
Alda, Alan, 1936- , Host
National Science Foundation (U.S.) , Producer
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.). , Producer
Connecticut Public Television. , Producer
Chedd-Angier Production Company. , Producer
PBS Home Video. , Distributor
Hazel M. Hussong Fund.
- Publisher Number:
- SAMF9406 Scientific American Frontiers
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