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New Norway: The Immigrant Trail

In this excerpt from filmmaker Tom Radford's New Norway: The Immigrant Trail, the legacy of the Westvick family is traced through three generations.  Emigrating from Norway to Alberta in 1912, Sivert Westvick worked as a butcher, an importer of hats and was the town's mortician, as well as mayor.

This film is one of the Scattering of Seeds series from White Pine Pictures. The series celebrates the character of immigrants who staked their futures and those of their families on a second chance in Canada. 
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