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Glimpses of the Canadian Wilderness
Description: Corp. Claude B. Tidd of the Canadian Mounted Police embarks on a trip through the Canadian wilderness and travels on the paddle wheel steamer "Thistle."

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Clip #: TFA-258D
Length: 5:12
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: North America
Country: Canada
Subject: Rivers
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1920s, Canada, wilderness, outpost, Whitehorse Canyon, Whitehorse Rapids, Pelly River, woman walking along rocky banks of turbulent river, rapids, paddle wheel steamer “Thistle” traveling on Pelly River, moose swimming in river and galloping up riverbanks, men sawing logs and carrying onto “Thistle” steamer to be used for fuel, men standing outside trading post, man feeding dogs, chained up husky dog eating, men building / repairing canoe


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