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The legacies of Captain John Bertram [videorecording] / produced for broadcast on Salem Access Television by Erik. K. Smith, webmaster of Salem History Online.

DVD DVD (c2007.)
Description: 1 videodisc (22 min. , 44 sec.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Publisher: [Salem, Mass.] : Erik Kristian Smith in Association with Salem Access Television, c2007.
2 of 3 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries). (Show all copies)
2 of 3 copies available at Salem.
0 current holds with 3 total copies.
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  • Edition: Full screen edition.
General Note: Produced in August, 2007.
A film by Erik Kristian Smith in association with Salem Access Television.
"This documentary was researched, written, photographed, and edited using only bicycle power for transportation." - Container.
Full video may also be viwed at: www.salemhistoryonline.com
Contents: Beginning -- Arrival -- Salem -- Beyond Salem.
Participant or Performer: Narration by Kai Nalipinski, Jonah Rosch, Paige Nalipinski, and Erik Smith.
Summary: A documentary identifying the legacies of Captain John Bertram, noted philanthropist, of Salem, Massachusetts in the 1800's. Some of the institutions he helped found and fund include the Bertram Home for Aged Men, The Brookhouse Home, Salem Hospital, The Women's Friend Society, The Salem Public Library, The Plummer Home, and The House of the Seven Gables Settlement.
System Details: DVD
Authors: Bertram, John, 1796-1882 (Added Author). Smith, Erik Kristian. (Added Author). Nalipinski, Paige. (Added Author). Nalipinski, Kai. (Added Author). Rosch, Jonah. (Added Author). Salem Access Television. (Added Author).
Alternate Title: Benharcha Pictures presents the legacies of Captain John Bertram [videorecording].
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500 . ‡aA film by Erik Kristian Smith in association with Salem Access Television.
500 . ‡a"This documentary was researched, written, photographed, and edited using only bicycle power for transportation." - Container.
500 . ‡aFull video may also be viwed at: www.salemhistoryonline.com
5050 . ‡aBeginning -- Arrival -- Salem -- Beyond Salem.
511 . ‡aNarration by Kai Nalipinski, Jonah Rosch, Paige Nalipinski, and Erik Smith.
520 . ‡aA documentary identifying the legacies of Captain John Bertram, noted philanthropist, of Salem, Massachusetts in the 1800's. Some of the institutions he helped found and fund include the Bertram Home for Aged Men, The Brookhouse Home, Salem Hospital, The Women's Friend Society, The Salem Public Library, The Plummer Home, and The House of the Seven Gables Settlement.
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Citation:

Bertram, John. "The legacies of Captain John Bertram." Salem, Mass. : Erik Kristian Smith in Association with Salem Access Television, 2007.

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