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For more on early Florida settlements, check out the 4-hour extended version of “America’s Untold Story” now available on DVD.
[thunder] Narrator: 500 of them, making their way through swamps, in unfamiliar terrain, passing creatures they’d never seen before. During the course of the march about a hundred of his troops dropped out. [storm] [music] Narrator: And waiting for them at the end of it all…a battle they might not survive.
[gun shot] [men shouting] And the stage is set for this really very rapid and a very bloody end game.
I could feel the lip to it and put my hands inside and then I realized what it was. Narrator: What these discoveries reveal is a very different America. You had Africans, you had a few Italians, Germans, Irish priests. [Music continues] Narrator: How did this history become lost?
This is one of the, maybe one of the most important documents in the United States history, no? And how does it change our thinking about race and immigration in this country to know what really happened?
One of them was Pedro Menéndez, who became, over time, one of the King’s most trusted men.
He understood the winds, the waves and the weather better than almost anyone at the time.
King Philip-the-Second wanted to establish a strategic foothold here, to prevent other countries from encroaching on Spanish land.
And he wanted to deter attacks on his Spanish treasure fleets.
If we took that as a beginning, I think we would have a very different picture of the United States Narrator: This…the rest of the story…of America’s birth.
It’s just as much a part of American History as Washington crossing the Delaware or Paul Revere’s ride. [cannon fire] Narrator: This…is American history…revised. [thunder clap] Narrator: They had been walking night and day…struggling against fierce winds and rain that had already proven deadly.