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In Old French Canada
Description: 1920s silent tinted travelogue about the village of Beaupre and the city of Quebec in Canada
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Clip #: TFA-394
Length: 11:42
Year: 1921
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: North America
Country: Canada
City: Quebec
Subject: Famous Buildings
Original: 35mm
1920s, silent films, travelogues, travel films, Canada, Quebec, French Canada, French-Canadian culture, French-Canadians, Québécois people, rural, village, farms, traditional culture, elderly woman using spinning wheel, Beaupré, woman weaving on loom, woman using washboard to wash laundry, dog pulling cart driven by boy, woman and child praying at wayside shrine, farmers, traditional farming methods, ox-drawn plow, ox-cart pulling logs, Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, religious procession past crowds of pilgrims, Quebec City, cityscape, architecture, RMS Empress of France, Château Frontenac, Petit Champlain, Breakneck Stairs, Breakneck Steps, Escalier Casse-Cou, St. Louis Gate, Porte Saint-Louis, Old Quebec, Citadelle of Quebec, The Battlefields Park, Plains of Abraham, Montmorency Falls

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