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Part 1 of 6. The documentary series about the history and experiences of Latinos begins with "Foreigners in Their Own Land," which chronicles the years 1565-1880, when the first Spanish explorers arrived in North America; the U.S. expanded its territories in the Southwest; and the Mexican-American War stripped Mexico of half its territories.