This 2009 history documentary investigates in detail what Pre-Columbia America was really like. The typical view people have of America before the Voyage of Christopher Columbus in 1492 is that it was some vast, largely uninhabited wilderness with a couple of small villages of indigenous people living there. This documentary provides some answers to this mysterious era.
America Before Columbus was actually inhabited by millions of people; just as many as in Europe at the time. So the European colonists actually travelled to a place which had a structured society with a vast infrastructure of cities, canals and causeways.
Was it true that some of their rivers had more fish than water? Who really were the conquistadors? This documentary explores questions like this and many others.
If you are interested in learning more about Pre-Columbia America try the 2000 documentary "Conquistadors".