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An exhibition of one hundred and thirty-six small Indigenous stone sculptures, lent by collectors and museums in British Columbia, the United States and France. The sculptures are representative of Northwest Coast Art but are not homogeneous, as they originated in Alaska, on the southern tip of Vancouver Island and in the Kamloops area, far inland. They were carved between 1000 B.C. and the 19th century. The late Wilson Duff acted as consultant for the exhibition and the film.

1977, 08 min 23 s

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