An important discovery has been made by two campers at Point Aux Cascades, in Quebec.?
MS SEQ 2 CHAPS REMOVING TENT COVERING CANNON
4 1/2 ft
CU TILT UP FROM CU CREST ON CANNON TO HANDLES ON SAME
CU HANDLES ON CANNON
MCU PAN FROM ONE CHAP LOOKING AT CANNON TO SECOND CHAP
CU LOADING END OF CANNON
14 1/2 ft
MS CHILD EXAMINING MUZZIS
15 1/2 ft
CU TILT FROM MOUTH OF CANNON TO OVERALL SHOT
19 1/2 ft
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Background: An important discovery has been made by two campers at Point Aux Cascades, in Quebec. After many days of hard work, Claude and Fernand Lagace' succeed in removing an ancient cannon from a river-bed. It's a bronze artillery-piece, dating back to seventeen-forty-three. Ten feet in length, it bears the insignia of a British ship. At one time, a dangerous weapon, it is now merely a souvenir of a bygone ere.