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HistoryLands Season 1 (13)

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Grade Level: JrH-Adult
Producer: Good Earth Productions
Closed Captioned: No
Running Time: 13 X 30 mins
Country of Origin: Canada
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Available in French: No

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From the Plains of Abraham in Quebec, to Old Town Lunenberg in Nova Scotia and Dawson City in the Yukon, Historylands documents 65 of Canada's most compelling National Historic Sites. The series travels across the country bringing to life both the prehistoric and recorded history of Canada's most famous landmarks; from the ancient Blackfoot Buffalo Jump, Head-Smashed-In in southern Alberta, to the Diefenbunker, a chilling relic from the Cold War. To fully understand where we are today, it is vital for us, as Canadians, to understand our past. Historylands offers a window into some of the most important events and sites in Canadian history.

Series Titles Clip Producer
Head Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Alberta (1/65) Good Earth Productions
Kingston Penitentiary, Ontario (2/65) Good Earth Productions
Chilkoot Trail, British Columbia (3/65) Good Earth Productions
Diefenbunker - Nuclear Shelter, Ontario (4/65) Good Earth Productions
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, Ontario (5/65) Good Earth Productions
Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta (6/65) Good Earth Productions
Green Gables House, P.E.I. (7/65) Good Earth Productions
Batoche Settlement, Saskatchewan (8/65) Good Earth Productions
Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia (9/65) Good Earth Productions
Grosse Ile Immigration Station, Quebec (10/65) Good Earth Productions
Red Bay Whaling Station, Newfoundland (11/65) Good Earth Productions
Victoria's Chinatown, British Columbia (12/65) Good Earth Productions
Fort Conger - Ellesmere Island, Nunavut (13/26) Good Earth Productions