Establishing shot: Men in forest approaching a tree
Named locations:  The indigenous territories of Canada (“5,000 miles of wilderness”); northern and western Canada (“the Fur-land”); Montreal; Hudson’s Bay; the Huron; the St. Lawrence waterway; Nipigon River; Ottawa; Madagascar River; Petawawa
Major themes covered: combines two short films - "How Indians Build Canoes" and "Traders and Trappers" into a single viewing experience

The Quillayute Story

Establishing shot: Two men stand overlooking the Quillayute River and then two Quillayute are shown paddling in a canoe.
Named locations: Quillayute River
Major themes covered: Indians of coastal Washington State
Native activities shown: canoe making, trinket baskets, fishing
Native language spoken: no
Audible? yes
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Other notes: Quillayutes are a Native American people of western Washington state.