Northwest Coast Indians: A Search for the Past

  • 1972 ----- color ----- 26 min ----- 16mm///
  • The Ozette Indian village at Cape Alva has be the home of seafaring hunters for five or six thousand years. Combines aerial and ground photography with rare old photographs of Ozette village around 1900 in order to record the reconstruction of the abandoned site. The large amount of material evidence excavated includes pieces of baskets, bone and stone tools, combs, traces of houses and fire hearths. (Release of University of Washington Press)
  • Topics: (American Indian Studies, Archaeology, Pacific Northwest)