Emily uses more than ten different forms of transportation to travel from her home in pioneer Ontario and meet her cousins in Quebec in the 1850s. She paddles a canoe, rides a horse, drives a farm wagon and guides a timber raft as she takes a number of days to complete a journey that would be no more than an afternoon's drive today. Part of a series of children's pioneer stories.
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Emily's Journey, Jocelyn Rehder, provided by the National Film Board of Canada