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Some of the cassette and VHS video tapes shared by community residents in Baker lake with NAC’s oral history research team. These fragile materials will be digitized, catalogued, and preserved for future generations in NAC’s new digital oral history archive.

Cassette and video tapes.

Some of the cassette and VHS video tapes shared by community residents in Baker lake with NAC’s oral history research team. These fragile materials will be digitized, catalogued, and preserved for future generations in NAC’s new digital oral history archive.


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