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On the Road...Again (The Canoe-Maker) #924097

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 13, 2008
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Series retracing the travels of CBS reporter Charles Kuralt in the 1960s introduced.

(Big Fork, Minnesota: Steve Hartman) A visit with Ray Bozel††, one of America's last remaining birch-bark canoe builders, presented; footage shown of Kuralt with Bozel’s grandfather-in-law, canoe-maker Bill Hafeman†, and a young Bozel in 1982. [BOZEL – talks canoes; recalls the accident that ended Hafeman’s career; comments on his sons carrying on the business.] [HAFEMAN – explains why he chose to live in such wild country.] [Voice of KURALT – recites the poem, “The Song of Hiawatha.”]

Smith, Harry;
Hartman, Steve

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