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245 00 Light in the West.|h[Kanopy electronic resource] 
264  1 |bMichael Blackwood Productions,|c1980. 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
       |c2019. 
300    1 online resource (streaming video file) (59 minutes):
       |bdigital, .flv file, sound 
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337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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500    Title from title frames. 
500    Film 
500    In Process Record. 
511 0  Carleton Watkins, Charles Crocker, Chief Satanck, Chief 
       Seattle, Chief Ten Bears, Clarence King, Collis Huntington,
       Dr. Herman Vogel, Eadweard Muybridge, Ferdinand V. Hayden,
       Flora Shallcross Stone, Frederick Dellenbaugh, General 
       John Pope, Jack Hillers, Julia Watkins, Leland Stanford, 
       Mark Hopkins Jr., Mathew Brady, Mjr. John Wesley Powell, 
       Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sam Bowles, Timothy O'Sullivan, 
       William H. Jackson 
518    Originally produced by Michael Blackwood Productions in 
       1980. 
520    When photography was in its infancy, the American West was
       still a frontier; and, for a period of about fifty years, 
       the two interacted in a complex and fascinating way. 
       Dramatic subject matter in the West became accessible to 
       photographers just when the newly-discovered wet-plate 
       process enabled them to work outdoors. Thereafter, Western
       explorers consistently used photography to record their 
       discoveries. It was primarily through the resulting 
       photographs that the frontier became known. Ironically, 
       these early images hastened the demise of the frontier 
       they so beautifully documented. LIGHT IN THE WES 
       rediscovers this empire through the eyes (and camera 
       lenses) of the extraordinary people who were the first 
       photographers to venture west. At a time when making 
       photographs was as difficult as traveling in uncharted 
       wilderness, these men truly were pioneers. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
546    In English 
650  0 History, Modern. 
650  0 Artists. 
650  0 History. 
650  0 Photography. 
650  0 Art. 
650  0 Documentary films. 
655  7 Documentary films.|2lcgft 
700 1  Witlin, Ray,|efilm director. 
700 1  Watkins, Carleton,|eactor. 
700 1  Crocker, Charles,|eactor. 
700 1  Satanck, Chief,|eactor. 
700 1  Seattle, Chief,|eactor. 
700 1  Ten Bears, Chief,|eactor. 
700 1  King, Clarence,|eactor. 
700 1  Huntington, Collis,|eactor. 
700 1  Herman Vogel, Dr.,|eactor. 
700 1  Muybridge, Eadweard,|eactor. 
700 1  V. Hayden, Ferdinand,|eactor. 
700 1  Shallcross Stone, Flora,|eactor. 
700 1  Dellenbaugh, Frederick,|eactor. 
700 1  John Pope, General,|eactor. 
700 1  Hillers, Jack,|eactor. 
700 1  Watkins, Julia,|eactor. 
700 1  Stanford, Leland,|eactor. 
700 1  Hopkins Jr., Mark,|eactor. 
700 1  Brady, Mathew,|eactor. 
700 1  John Wesley Powell, Mjr.,|eactor. 
700 1  Wendell Holmes, Oliver,|eactor. 
700 1  Bowles, Sam,|eactor. 
700 1  O'Sullivan, Timothy,|eactor. 
700 1  H. Jackson, William,|eactor. 
710 2  Michael Blackwood Productions (Firm),|4dst 
710 2  Kanopy (Firm),|4dst 
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