NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 26, 1979
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(Studio) Solar eclipse noted. Is reported to be last total eclipse visible in North American in this century. Obscured view of eclipse for many, because of cloudy weather, stated.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(No location given) Details about eclipse and its watchers in Pacific N.W. given. Modern-day Druids noted to chant near replica of Stonehenge. Conditions in Portland, OR, and further eastern past Cascade Mts. described. [PEOPLE - describe feelings.] Eclipse route across north part of United States and into Canada given. Conditions in Great Falls, MT, and Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, reported.
REPORTER: Robert Bazell (KGW-TV newstape)
(Studio) Animals' unusu. behavior in response to eclipse described. Portland zoo mentioned.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
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