Ken Burns: The West

Documentaries, 1996, 177.551 reviews
Ken Burns: The West
Historian Ken Burns and his team bring to life the challenges Americans faced in the 19th century as they embarked on westward expansion.
The documentaries Ken Burns: The West was released in 1996. This documentaries is Understated, Cerebral.

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