[Videolib] [Fwd: Columbus and the age of discovery (WGBH 1991 miniseries)]

Helen Mack (hpm0@lehigh.edu)
Wed, 15 Nov 2006 14:42:30 -0500

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Helen P. Mack, Acquisitions Librarian
Lehigh University, Fairchild Library
8A E. Packer Ave.
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3170  USA

Phone 610 758-3035 * Fax 610 758-5605 E-mail hpm0@lehigh.edu

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Does anyone know if the "Columbus and the age of discovery" miniseries on VHS is still available? I don't think it was ever released on DVD. The 7 episodes are titled as follows: Columbus's world An idea takes shape The crossing Worlds found and lost The sword and the cross The Columbian exchange In search of Columbus

We got the first episode way back when. Now 15 years later, a member of our faculty wants the rest. I have my doubts ... Thanks in advance to anyone who can provide some info.

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Helen P. Mack, Acquisitions Librarian
Lehigh University, Fairchild Library
8A E. Packer Ave.
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3170  USA

Phone 610 758-3035 * Fax 610 758-5605 E-mail hpm0@lehigh.edu

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