Totem poles--British Columbia--Skeena Region

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Tsimshian Indians [of British Columbia]

Ethnographic film. "'The beautiful Skeena valley of northern British Columbia, along the line of the Canadian National Railway, is the home of the Tsimshian Indians. They are shown gaffing salmon as they ascend the rapids and later dryin...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items.A. A commentator describes the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act (ARDA). The 'Ksan project: an Indian village recreated near Hazelton. Campground and park for visitors. Longhouses. Splitting shingles, roofin...

Highlights of Highway 16

Travelogue. Shows scenery, attractions and recreational activities (especially fishing) along Highway 16 in the Skeena Region. Includes footage of wildlife; totems at Kitwanga, Kitwancool; fishing for steelhead; Indians gaffing trout at Moricetow...

Constance Cox interview

CALL NUMBER: T0313:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Constance Cox : recollections : part 1 RECORDED: Hazelton (B.C.), 1959 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Constance Cox (nee Hankin) begins this tape with a story about her uncle Charlie Hankin (partner of Billy B...

Ed Boulton interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Ed Boulton : the lower Skeena River PERIOD COVERED: 1900-1930s RECORDED: [location unknown], 1961 or 1962? SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Ed Boulton begins this interview speaking about Essington, which was located on the site of an ...

Jemima Dobbie interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Jemima Dobbie : Kitselas, 1895-1910 PERIOD COVERED: 1890s-1910 RECORDED: Copper City (B.C.), [ca. 1960] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Jemima Dobbie (nee Stewart), wife of Simeon W. Dobbie, remembers her father, David Stewart, and hi...

[Totem poles ; Hazelton ; Topley Mine ; end of trip]

Amateur film. Continuation of the 1928 summer trip which begins on F1984:01/04. Indian graves, houses and totem poles in the Hazelton-Kispiox area. View of old suspension bridge. Indian people. Rivers and lakes from Hazelton back along Highway...

[Highway sixteen]

Travelogue. Scenery and attractions of the area accessible by the highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert. Footage includes: Prince George Airport with passengers boarding airliner; lakeside scenes; lumber mill; harvesting grain near Vand...

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