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[Charlie Mack steaming cedar canoe]
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British Columbia Indian Language Project
- Variations in title: British Columbia Indian Language Project films, 1975 [collective title]
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Footage. At Mount Currie, Charlie Mack demonstrates the technique used to shape a canoe from a red cedar log.
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Copyright B.C. Indian Language Project.
Content notes in file F1981:01.
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References: "Lillooet Stories", Sound Heritage vol. 6 no. 1 (1977), pp. 75-78.
Accession number(s): F1981:01
producing agency/company: British Columbia Indian Language Project; photography: Vickie Jensen