Place: Shubenacadie Game Park, N.S.
Ownership/Collection: Nova Scotia Department of Education, Halifax
Source: Learning Resources & Technology
Reference Number: N-9234; Contact Sheet
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At the request of the Micmac Association for Cultural Studies, during the course of 1980-1981, the Nova Scotia Museum, Learning Resources & Technology, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Halifax, produced MI'KMAQ, a television series on Mi'kmaq life circa 1400 A.D. These shots were taken during pre-production taping of a moose-butchering sequence inMarch 1980, on the occasion of the Department of Lands and Forests finding a dead moose and presenting it to the project.
women; costumes, 15th century, reproductions of; painting, on leather; videos; actors, Mi'kmaq; MI'KMAQ TV Series; lithics; Bonnichsen, Robson; Whitehead, Ruth Holmes; McGee, Harold F., Jr.; Morris, Audrey; Denny, Sarah; animals; moose; butchering; tools, stone; CBC Halifax; Shubenacadie Game Park; Nova Scotia