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Trails and Education
2007.1.70 · Série organique · 1921-1996
Fait partie de Aleza Lake Research Forest fonds

Series contains project reports, invoices, work orders, daily costs, maps, correspondence, forest related brochures and books, and trail guides.

Aleza Lake Research Forest Plot 103
2007. · Pièce · Mar. 1994
Fait partie de Aleza Lake Research Forest fonds

Large scale map shows Aleza Lake Research Forest permanent sample plot 103. Includes information about live and dead trees and their species (spruce, balsam, birch, douglas fir). Also includes remeasurement history. Plot 103 was established in 1926 and is an unlogged, old growth, uneven aged, spruce-balsam stand.

Robson's Deer
2006.25.1.11 · Pièce · May 1962
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Footage of Robson feeding his deer. The location of the filming is believed to be Robson's home in Bella Coola.

Moose Hunt
2006.25.1.45 · Pièce · Oct. 1962
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Footage of a moose hunt, moose kill, and butchering of the moose.

Possible locations of this footage are the Chilcotin region, Rainbow Mountains or Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.

Journey Preparation
2006.25.1.55 · Pièce · Sep. 1964
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Footage of men grooming horses, saddling horses and loading horses as they prepare for a journey. Location is believed to be Holt Homestead.

Pack Train and Herd of Caribou
2006.25.1.62 · Pièce · [between 1961 - 1967]
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Footage of large animal, most likely a moose, along a steep bank. Two men and their pack horse traveling along an open landscape, a close shot of their campfire at night, then footage of them preparing for a journey early in the morning. Also a view of a herd of caribou, the men traveling in a pack train over a stream and through upper valleys of the mountains, various sunset shots, a lake full of birds feeding, and finally the men packing the horses with killed game meat, most likely caribou.

The location of the filming is most likely the Rainbow Mountains.

2006.25.1.63 · Pièce · [between 1961 - 1967]
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Footage includes salmon jumping in a river, men filleting fish in fishing boat in tide water, a beaver in the water, and a bird, probably a heron, flying.

Recordings from the boat on a river, some loons on a lake, either Anahim or Fenton lake, and a panoramic view of the lake with mountains in background.

Also some footage of men fishing from the shore of a river, children catching fish, children swimming, some river rapids, footage of an eagle, a pelican on the lake, a group of birds, probably sand pipers, in water.

There are two young girls playing on a boat near shore, a view of white and brown house, and an older boy pulling a young girl in a wagon.

Include is footage of a backyard BBQ picnic, two young girls fishing, a cabin at a lake, and general scenery of birch trees, a boat house, and a dock at lake.

There is also a sign that reads "Breezy Cove," people relaxing on porch in front of cabin, and footage of a woman believed to be Mrs. Elsey and a friend walking on a forest path.

The film ends with footage of more fishing off a motor boat and unloading the motor boat at a dock.

Possible locations of the filming include the Bella Coola River, the Bella Coola Valley, the Bulkley Valley, the Hagensborg area, and Nimpo Lake.

2006.25.1.78 · Pièce · Apr. 1967
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Film begins with recording of geese flying in sky as introduction. Then there is footage of community life in the general store, believed to be "Christensen's General Store," including a man lighting a pipe, children buying snacks and families buying groceries. Afterwards there is filming of the Anahim Stampede, depicting wild cow riding, bronco riding and the spectators.

The second portion of the film begins with the title slide "Caribou Return" and in consists of clips of ducks on a lake, scenery of trees and the lake, men packing up horses as they prepare for a journey into the high country. They travel as a pack train up into the mountains and eventually set up camp. There is footage of the men cooking, and also various shots of wildlife including a white grouse, herd of caribou, moose wandering through the snow, and a porcupine. The hunting party eventually kills a bull moose and there is footage of them examining the kill and loading the pack train with meat.

The third portion of the film begins with two young girls playing in a boat and then playing in a garden, and then a young boy pulling his sister in a wagon. There is a family barbeque and more footage of children playing and going fishing in a lack. The film ends with a recording of a grouse or pheasant in a bush.

Locations believed to be filmed in on this reel include Gitcha Mountains, Ulkatcho Mountains, Holt Homestead, Lassard Lake, Rainbow Mountains or Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.

2006.25.1.79 · Pièce · Apr. 1963
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

There are three different sections of film footage on this reel.

The first is of two men and a young boy going fishing from a river bank, gutting and cleaning the fish they catch and baiting their hooks with mill eggs. There is more filming of three other men going down the river in a small boat and then banking it to fish. They gut and clean their fish as-well. They load their small boat into the back of a red pick-up truck after they are finished their day.

The second part of this film reel begins with a map of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. Men on snowmobiles traveling to an abandoned log home and acreage. They then break through the ice on the nearby lake and begin to retrieve their previously set beaver trap, which has a caught beaver. The men then travel to a different location and set up a beaver trap. There is some additional footage of two moose in the snow as the men travel to a third location and retrieve another caught beaver from under the ice. The men return to their cabin and skin the beavers.

The third part of this film is footage of Anahim Lake village, birds in the area, wild flowers, cattle drive, children fishing on the river and swimming, a pelican on a lake, and people in a boat traveling.

Possible other locations of filming include Bella Coola River, Dean River, Ulkatcho, Ulkatcho Mountains, and Tweedsmuir Provincial park.

2006.25.1.81 · Pièce · 2000
Fait partie de Al Elsey Moving Images Collection

Al Elsey compiled this commercial video using footage he filmed in 1964 and 1965 in the Bella Coola area. The video provides a compilation of film footage shot by Elsey and is narrated by him describing the activities related to the Grease Trail. Description verso of VHS commercial box reads:
"Al Elsey's friendship with Margaret Siwallace with other people of the Nuxalk Nation dates back over fifty years. This, his premier documentary, produced from vintage 16 mm movie film taken in the Bella Coola Valley in 1963, invites us to witness their tradition of making Ooligan Grease. The process, followed for centuries by the Nuxalk and other coastal First Nations people, was of such importance that their trading routes from the Coast to the Interior of British Columbia were called Grease Trails. The Ooligan were netted by the ton each year, returning from the ocean to spawn in early spring. The destruction of the Ooligan runs in the Bella Coola and other coast rivers of Southern B.C. probably resulted from over-fishing by shrimp trawl draggers during the late 1990s. GREASE shows catching the Ooligan with conical nets and dugout canoes, rotting them in "stink boxes," then rendering and purifying the Grease. Elsey's captivating narrative and brilliant footage transport us back to another time on the shores of the Bella Coola River."

2004.2.1.2 · Pièce · [ca. 1910]
Fait partie de Reverend R.W. Large fonds

Photograph depicts several houses and headstones built on a rocky shoreline with water in the foreground. Annotation on verso of photograph states: "Canada, B.C. Bella Bella - Indian Missions. Indian Grave houses and monuments"

Namu group around flag pole
2004.2.1.6 · Pièce · [ca. 1910]
Fait partie de Reverend R.W. Large fonds

Photograph depicts a crowd gathered near the shore of a body of water around a flag pole, with a band to the left. Annotation on verso of photograph states: "Myself accepting the flag pole etc., - Namu crowd in fore-ground - School children around the pole, + Band to the left."

Epworth League Officers, Port Simpson
2004.2.1.7 · Pièce · [between 1910 and 1920]
Fait partie de Reverend R.W. Large fonds

Photograph depicts a group of nine men holding a flag and banner that states: "The Epworth League of The Methodist Church of Canada." Annotation on verso of photograph states: "Epworth League Officers Port Simpson This is a fair sample of the "shots" I made"

A cannery
2004.2.1.71 · Pièce · 1898-1920
Fait partie de Reverend R.W. Large fonds

Photograph depicts a cannery on pilings with a body of water in the foreground and houses and trees in the background.