|MID||Alpha Title||Title||Year||Color/BW||Running Time||Formats||Abstract||Topics|
|7751||CANADA, A PEOPLE'S HISTORY: SPECIAL DOCUMENTARY EDITION (10--13)*||CANADA, A PEOPLE'S HISTORY: SPECIAL DOCUMENTARY EDITION (10--13)*||2001||color||131 min||vhs|| (Canada, A People's History series, Part 15)
Building on the themes and human dramas presented in Canada, A People's History Series 3, this "Special Edition" contains additional CBC-produced contemporary documentary footage that provides further background and perspective to several of the historical events chronicled. |
Segments include: Taking the West: 1. History of Science in Canada: The Railway and Standardized Time, 2. Who Stole the Bell of Batoche?, 3. Railway Memories, 4. Rogers Pass Project, and 5. Tory Quest;
The Great Transformation: 1. History of Science in Canada: Early Telecommunications, and 2. Ukrainian Internment: Dreams Betrayed;
Ordeal By Fire; and
Hard Times: 1. What's Left, and 2. For Work and Wages.
(Closed-Captioned) [Letterboxed] (Donated by W. A. Douglas Jackson, Canadian Studies) (Restricted to use by institutions of Higher Education in Washington state only)