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Alaska : Cruise Style!

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L'Alaska, pays de croisière
French version
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Length (feet): 
550 (16mm)
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Library and Archives Canada: 16mm
"Travelogue on the CN cruise from Vancouver to Alaska and the Yukon on the steamship Prince George, in vivid colour, showing the Pacific coastline and the main towns and villages along the way. Shown are: the comforts and recreation aboard ship; views of Indian culture; Juneau; Wrangle; Skagway and its reminiscences of the Klondike Gold Rush; Soapy Smith's tombstone and Frank Reid's tombstone in the cemetery; White Pass; Lake Bennett; Carcross; and the sternwheeler Tutshi."


National Film Board of Canada, Films by Other Producers Distributed in Canada by the National Film Board of Canada/Films de divers producteurs distribués au Canada par l’Office national du film du Canada (Montreal: National Film Board of Canada, c.1965), 4.
"A colorful and exciting vacation cruise on the CN's Prince George from Vancouver to Skagway, Alaska, followed by train trip to the 'goldrush towns'."

"Un luxueux voyage à bord du Prince George de Vancouver au pays de l'or, terre pittoresque et de grande beauté."