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Northeast Historic Film, Moving Image
A collection of five short, silent pieces filmed between 1901-1920 including: DRAWING A LOBSTER POT (1901), the earliest surviving moving image known to have been shot in Maine; TROUT FISHING, RANGELEY LAKES (1905); CANOEING IN MAINE (1906); LOGGING IN MAINE (1906); and THE HOW AND WHY OF SPUDS (1920). With musical accompaniment by Steve Vonderheide.
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