Episode 1, After the Mayflower: In March of , in what is now southeastern Massachusetts, Massasoit, the leading sachem of the Wampanoag, sat down to negotiate with a ragged group of English colonists. Hungry, dirty, and sick, the pale-skinned foreigners were struggling to stay alive; they were in desperate need of Native help. Massasoit faced problems of his own. His people had lately been decimated by unexplained sickness, leaving them vulnerable to the rival Narragansett to the west. The Wampanoag sachem calculated that a tactical alliance with the foreigners would provide a way to protect his people and hold his Native enemies at bay. He agreed to give the English the help they needed.
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We Shall Remain
Netflix's documentary series about former Sooner State roadside zoo operator Joe Exotic has become a pop-culture phenomenon, and people sheltering at home and social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic have pounced on the juicy true-crime tale like starving lions. But Oklahoma boasts a veritable menagerie of colorful characters, intriguing true stories and intrepid filmmakers eager to document them. Here are 20 recent documentary features either made in Oklahoma, made by Oklahomans or made about Oklahomans that are available to stream:. On Amazon Prime Video.