TAHLTAN (PEOPLE) OF THE STIKINE (RIVER).
National Film Board of Canada, 1986. Sound Filmstrip. 2 filmstrips. 95 frames. $89.00. (1. From Time Immemorial. 2. A Sense of Place.) Includes 2 cassettes. Distributed by McIntyre.
Volume 16 Number 6
This is the story of one of the Athapaskan people of northern British Columbia. It is narrated, in part, by a young Tahltan teacher, who describes how his people adapted to and lived off the land. Of special interest is the history of the people, visually described by detailed artists' sketches and old photos. There is a lot of information packed into this set, but is it gently presented with good pacing. The shots of the land are striking. The musical background is also effective. There is no manual.
From the Evaluation Committee of the Board of Education for the City of North York.
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