Eye Witness No. 33

Eye Witness No. 33

Downloadable Video - 1951
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The Ship that Never Sails: The S.S. Lurcher, riding at permanent anchor over the treacherous shoals twenty miles from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, does double duty as lighthouse and weather station. Freedom Jamboree: For its big annual show, Windsor's black population, augmented by visitors from the south, turns out en masse for a three-day celebration to commemorate the freeing of American slaves. A Metal Mountain: From British Columbia's fabulous Sullivan Mine comes a seemingly inexhaustible supply of lead and zinc, blasted from within the mountain's cavernous tunnels.
Publisher: Ottawa : National Film Board of Canada, 1951
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (11 min.) : digital, stereo, sd., b&w
Additional Contributors: National Film Board of Canada


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