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The Tenth Frontier - Volume 4

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Terra Nova (1964) An overview of the history of Newfoundland from the Vikings on and a glimpse of Newfoundland life during the early 1960s: salting cod, jigging for squid and cutting pulpwood. (19 min., black and white)

The Baymen (1965) Life in an outport on Conception Bay through the eyes of three generations of the King family: Sam, who spent 65 years as an inshore fisherman; his son Raymond, who never returned to the fishery after the Second World War and now makes his living as a carpenter in St. John's; and 13-year-old Randy, who, will always remain a bayman no matter where he chooses to live. (28 min.)

Outports on the Move (part of Along Newfoundland's Shores) (1962) Moving day for a family in the tiny community of Fair Island--which is being moved, one house at a time, to the new town of Centreville. (3 min., black and white)

The Tenth Frontier is a 12-part series highlighting 50 years of NFB films from and about Newfoundland and Labrador. From touching personal stories, to portraits of public figures, to windows on ways of life now past, The Tenth Frontier is a treasure of historical films and fresh perspectives.

2000, 52 min 22 s

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