2 Copies of This Film
1) 0921.0041_IN3/4
[22 min.]; Sound; Color
2) 0921.0041_BSP
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[Maine Festival, 1978] Tape 4
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Identifier
0921.0041
Can Descriptions
Unedited. // Original label on videotape box: 'Tape 5: Maine Festival, 1978. Passamaquoddy Indians.' // Periodic dropout throughout tape. // Scenes from the 1978 Maine Festival at Thomas Point in Brunswick featuring young children from the Passamaquoddy tribe in traditional attire performing ceremonial dances outdoors. Elderly tribe member beats a drum and talks and sings into microphone during the dances. Crowd of people sit around the dancefloor and watch and young children from the crowd are later invited up to dance and pick a bird feather out of a bottle with their teeth.
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