Henry Settles in Upper Canada

After a long, hard ocean voyage across the Atlantic, twelve-year-old Henry and his mother arrive in Upper Canada. Uncle Ned meets them and takes them to rest up. Homesick, Henry takes a turn around the village and discovers what village life is like in a well-established farming community. He soon settles in and brings some good news to his mother.

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Film Credits

director
Eva Szasz
producer
Joe MacDonald
Keith Packwood
script
Jocelyn Rehder
camera
Raymond Dumas
sound editing
John Knight
re-recording
Louis Hone
narrator
Griffith Brewer

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