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[Babine Lake visit by Martin Starret]
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Amateur film. Martin Starret, Ian Stephen and Imbert Orchard tour Hazelton, then travel by boat along Babine Lake, visiting Old Fort Babine and Babine Village [Fort Babine]. Martin Starret meets former Indian acquaintances, and demonstrates skinning and boating skills. Many views of buildings.
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Copyright assigned to British Columbia Archives by donor, 1985.
Shot list in file F1985:13.
T2746:0001, "Martin Starret meets the Babines", is a sound recording made during the Babine Lake trip.
Starret was one of the key oral history interviewees in Orchard's "Living Memory" Project for CBC Radio.
Accession number(s): F1985:13
photography: Imbert Orchard