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Jamestown's dark winter

Contributor(s): Sanders, Jay O, 1953- [narrator.] | Chowder, Ken [screenwriter.] | Wells, Richard J [film director.] | Oblaender, Carsten [film producer.] | Gutzeit, Andreas [film producer.] | McCurdy, Paul [director of photography.] | Dorst, Steve [director of photography.] | Landy, Chris [director of photography.] | Sorge, Melanie [editor of moving image work.] | Story House Productions [production company.] | Thirteen Productions [production company.] | PBS Distribution (Firm) [film distributor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: [Arlington, Virginia]: PBS Distribution, [2015]Copyright date: ©2015Edition: Widescreen.Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 56 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 9781627893305; 162789330X.Uniform titles: Secrets of the dead (Television program) Subject(s): To 1865 | Human remains (Archaeology) -- Virginia -- Jamestown | Human remains (Archaeology) | Social conditions | Jamestown (Va.) -- History | United States -- Social conditions -- To 1865 | United States | Virginia -- JamestownGenre/Form: History | Documentary television programs. | Science television programs. | Documentary television programs. | Science television programs.
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; director, Richard J. Wells ; writer, Ken Chowder ; producer, Andreas Gutzeit ; a production of Story House Productions, Inc. and Thirteen Productions for WNET.
Production Credits: Directors of photography, Paul McCurdy, Steve Dorst, Chris Landy ; editor, Melanie Sorge.
Narrator, Jay O. Sanders ; cast, Caroline Mohler, Greg Crowe, Marcus Gogas, Anthony Call.Summary: A team of archaeologists excavating the site of an early American colony discovers something surprising: the remains of a young woman, dating back to 1609, buried in the trash layer of a cellar. Now, 400 years later, a cellar excavation has uncovered numerous bone fragments, all belonging to this adolescent female. With the help of forensic anthropologists, the extraordinary and frightening story of this young woman comes to life.
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A DVD 975.0 (Browse shelf) Available non-fiction 066672

Widescreen (16x9).

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; director, Richard J. Wells ; writer, Ken Chowder ; producer, Andreas Gutzeit ; a production of Story House Productions, Inc. and Thirteen Productions for WNET.

Directors of photography, Paul McCurdy, Steve Dorst, Chris Landy ; editor, Melanie Sorge.

Narrator, Jay O. Sanders ; cast, Caroline Mohler, Greg Crowe, Marcus Gogas, Anthony Call.

A team of archaeologists excavating the site of an early American colony discovers something surprising: the remains of a young woman, dating back to 1609, buried in the trash layer of a cellar. Now, 400 years later, a cellar excavation has uncovered numerous bone fragments, all belonging to this adolescent female. With the help of forensic anthropologists, the extraordinary and frightening story of this young woman comes to life.

Rated TV14.

DVD; Region 1, NTSC; widescreen (16x9) presentation; described video; Stereo.

English dialogue; English subtitles; (DVS) audio described video.

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