Item is a short film documenting the immediate aftermath of Fr. Charlie W.'s funeral ceremony. The first several scenes depict people stepping out of a small church.
Item is a film in which the opening scene depicts a group of people congregated at what appears to be a small harbour or wharf. This snapshot of people and places across Cape Breton and Nova Scotia includes scenes of haymaking, sport fishing, farm life, Lake Ainslie, Inverness Beach, Sea Wolf (Margaree) Island, and more.
Item is a film depicting the Canadian Seamen's Union strike of 1949. Edge code may imply that the print was struck in 1955.
Item is a film providing a detailed look at the steel industry in Sydney, Nova Scotia.Department of Mines
Item is an educational film produced by the Department of Labour. Item is part of a series of films devoted to educating viewers on safety in the workplace. Optical soundtrack.Castle Films; United World Films, Inc.
Item is a film exploring the consequences of the declining coal industry.National Film Board of Canada
Item is a short film documenting the opening of the Canso Causeway in 1955Alexander Hugh Mackinnon
Item is an instructional or educational film (original film no. 11349) sent to American Iron Steel, attn. C.S. Smallwood) in Washington, DC. Optical soundtrack;.Modern Talking Picture Service, inc.
Item is a film detailing the parts, controls and purpose of the coal cutting machine known as a trepanner. Optical soundtrack.National Coal Board
Item is a "history of the Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation (DOSCO) and covers the coal and steel industries both in Nova Scotia and elsewhere."
Item is a film "taken of radio station CJCB used on Feb. 10/59 on CJCB-TV during program re CJCB Radio's thirtieth birthday celebration."CJCB-TV
File consists of an audio recording of violin selections; includes jigs, reels & polkas performed by Simon Cremo, Eskasoni.
Item depicts the 175th anniversary of Sydney. No Sound.Dominion Steel and Coal Company (DOSCO)
File consists of an audio recording of an oral history of early Scottish settlers in the Big Pond area; mentions Mi'kmaq in the East Bay area.
What were the Bras D'or Mission?
Early history of the MacIntytres of Big Pond (N.S.)
The Church of East Bay
Who was Malcolm MacLellan?
What do you know about the MacLeods who were among MacLellan's students?
Why was the East Bay school Started? East Bay school started in 1825...
What men were prepared for the Seminary?
What about the Industries of early Cape Breton?
The schools in Big Pond (N.S.) were attended by sixty pupils in 1862.
From Big Pond (N.S.) they came to Sydney (N.S.) Academy for grade ten.
Was East Bay the first parish
Briefly discuss Parish activities?
Tell us about the Protestant settlers...
How did the four Seminarians travel to Rome?
Was there much traffic on the Bras D'or Lakes in those days?
Would you care to speak about the Mi'kmaq?
Where did the early people get the animals - horses, cows, sheep, etc.
What about food - ammunition?
Ceilidh in those days was most enjoyable...
What do you believe of the Bocain
Do you remember any of the remedies early settlers used
Item is a film of graduation proceedings for the College of Cape Breton.
Item is described as "a collage of scenes, without commentary, which express the beauty and versatility of recreational activities to be enjoyed in Cape Breton. Scenes of the Bell Museum, Miner's Museum, fishing, harness racing, highland dancing and swimming are included."Crawley Films
Item is a film which documents the way of life of people of Aboriginal descent in Manitoba. Optical soundtrack.Dawn Chase
Item is a documentary investigating the lives of those living in Tignish, Prince edward Island. Set in PEI, funded with help from Memorial University with money from the Donner Canadian Foundation and the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Produced by George C. Stoney for the NFB. Optical Soundtrack.National Film Board of Canada
Item is a film of the opening day ceremonies for the Nova Scotia Eastern Institute of Technology (NSEIT). Double Perforated Film. No sound.
Item is a film depicting St. Anne's MissionRaytel Photography
File consists of an audio recording of Mi'kmaw songs and music recorded at a Mi'kmaw gathering in Truro. Directed by Sister Angelina Vallas.
Item is marked as news film from 1971. Film is composed of silent portions and sections including a magnetic sound track.
Item is film which explores careers in exploration geophysics. Optical Soundtrack.Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Item is a film that "documents the French fleet lost in Louisbourg harbour during battles with the British in the 18th century." Optical Soundtrack.Cape Breton Development Corporation; Louisbourg Underwater Archaeological Society
Item is a film of graduation proceedings for the College of Cape Breton.
Item is a collection of scenes depicting various locations and activities prevalent in Nova Scotia. Optical Soundtrack.Nova Scotia Information Travel Bureau, Information Services
Item is a film, in which its opening scenes depict a woman walking along a sidewalk and a group of men emptying a box contain what appears to be letters. Optical soundtrack.
Item is a film, in which the opening scene depicts a man standing in what appears to be a rail yard. No apparent soundtrack.CJCB-TV
Item is a film. Its opening scene is depicting that of a brick fire place.ATV
Item is a film which appears to be promotional material for St. Francis Xavier University. Optical soundtrack.Camera Club of St. Francis Xavier University
Item is a film depicting the evolving life of Cape Breton locals. Optical Soundtrack.Crabtree, Grant
File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo in Eskasoni. Lee Cremo's background as a fiddler, the various fiddle styles in Cape Breton. Also, prejudice and the gap between white and Mi'kmaw ways of thinking.
File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Winnie Chafe, Glace Bay. She mentions that the Scottish, French and Mi'kmaq all settled in Frenchvale and that the Mi'kmaq taught the other settlers to hunt and trap.
Item is a "Spruce budworm special". Opening scene of item depicts a well dressed man.ATV
Item is a film with footage of the 1979 No. 26 explosion and memorial service.
File consists of an audio recording of the CBI Radio show, Fresh Air, featuring a conversation with several informants on various topics concerning life at Eskasoni and Mi'kmaw culture.
Item is a short film that documents Bishop Power's visit to Chapel Island in 1980.Raytel Photography
File consists of an original video interview with Rita Joe on the use of herbal medicinal cures and of various Mi'kmaw cultural items such as hair ornaments, jewelry and musical instruments. Rules and significance of waltes played by Mi'kmaw women. Beaton Institute Production; 20 minutes
File consists of a videorecording of a Mi'kmaw language class at the Mi'kmawey elementary school, Chapel Island. Class deals with the teaching of proper names, pronunciation, chanting, etc. Beaton Institute Production; 15 minutes.
Item is a film depicting the societal benefits of improved transportation, and the ways in which steel functions to improve transportation. Optical soundtrack.American Iron and Steel Institue
File consists of an audio recording of the CBC program, On the Go, featuring a segment on the 1987 Summer Games.
File consists of an audio recording of Rita Joe explaining why she wrote the poem about the Grand Chief; describes Donald Marshall Sr. as a person and reads the poem she wrote in his honour. Rita Joe talks about
the number of people who gathered to pay their respects to Donald Marshall Sr. Closes with violin tune, "Echoes," performed by Winnie Chafe and daughter, Patricia Chafe Nauge.
File consists of "an account of the revival of the native traditions and spirituality in Eskasoni through the writings of Rita Joe."
Item is a film which depicts the shipping of hot ingots.Dominion Steel and Coal Company (DOSCO)
Item is a film, in which the opening frames depict a factory and its workers dealing with what appears to be heated metal. No sound.
Item is a film, which depicts various landscapes and images of a rural areas. The region in which the film depicts is likely France and/or Belgium. No sound.Unknown
Item is a film depicting the use of the cable belt. Optical soundtrack.Associated British-Pathe ltd.
File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo.