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Caribou Hunters

1951 18 min
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A doc about the Cree and Chippewa people of northern Manitoba. Made in the mid 20th century, it is dated in tone, but provides insight into the vital relationship that existed between First Nations and the caribou herds that sustained them.

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A doc about the Cree and Chippewa people of northern Manitoba. Made in the mid 20th century, it is dated in tone, but provides insight into the vital relationship that existed between First Nations and the caribou herds that sustained them.
  • director
    Stephen Greenlees
  • producer
    Tom Daly
  • camera
    Julien St-Georges
  • editing
    Victor Jobin
  • narrator
    John Drainie
  • music
    Maurice Blackburn

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