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Identifier:

  • 25569 (Source: Harvard Film Archive)

Date produced: 1939

Filmmaker(s):

Monroe Killy

Length:

1 reel (455 feet)

Format:

16mm

Colour:

Colour

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

Minnesota Historical Society list of titled amateur films
National Film Preservation Foundation Grant, 2000

Description:

"Shows maple sugar making, including collecting the maple sap, boiling the sap down to make syrup and beating it to make sugar cakes. Participants are the Martin Kegg and Day families and the camp site is on the west shore of Lake Mille Lacs on Sherman Point." Minnesota Historical Society.

Resources:

The film contains the subtitle: a Picture Story of the Indian's Method of Making Maple Sugar.

Record of the film at ArchiveGrid, and Worldcat.org.

This film is held by the Minnesota Historical Society. MHS preserved the film with a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.

Locations:

  • Lake Mille Lacs, Minnesota (Filming)

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Minnesota Historical Society Library