Kotzebue 3

Named locations: Koyukuk, Ruth Glacier, Noatak, Yukon Territory (Alaska)

Major themes covered: The KYUK TV Productions Collection: discussion of the old ways concluded
Native activities shown: 
Subsistence; trapping; making textiles from animal skins and intestines; kayaking; travelling; the eleven villages.

Fur Country

Establishing shot:
Named locations:
Major themes covered:  Indians trapper interacts with nature and Hudson’s Bay Company in Northern Canada
Native activities shown: 
Individuals? Named?  
Native language spoken:
Audible?  silent
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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

A Dog’s Life in the North Woods

Establishing shot:
Named locations:
Jennings, close to Teslin Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Major themes covered: reliance of Cree trapper on his dogs for hunting success and for survival. The dogs are important to the Cree Indians because they are perfect for traveling in the deep forests and carrying necessities and furs. They can also help hunting and gaming. The furs and skins snared from the trap lines are important for economic goods and family use.
Native activities shown:

The Caribou Hunters

Establishing shot: Map of Canada, "Brochet"
Named locations: Manitoba, Northern Canada, Brochet Post (Hudson's Bay Company)
Major themes covered: Canadian Indians survive by hunting caribou in Northern Manitoba
Native activities shown:  Church-going, dogsledding, trapping, hunting, daily life.