Everyday Things in Early Canada

Everyday Things in Early Canada

Vol. 1

Book - 1985
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Everyday things in early Canada is a series designed for elementary students introducing them to the way children lived in pioneer communities. Jamie really liked to eat is the story of young Jamie on a Scottish homestead west of Toronto around 1830. Emily's journey, shows every means of transportation available in the 1850's. Emily travels by canoe, horseback, wagon and timber raft. Woolly's gift shows how fabric is made from sheep's wool and is set near Fredericton, New Brunswick around 1840.
Publisher: [Montreal] : National Film Board of Canada ; Mississauga, Ont. : Distributed by McIntyre Media, c1985.
Branch Call Number: J/971/Eve 3583mc 1
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (24 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.

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