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Legendary Cree tracker gets doc treatment

Saskatchewan Cree Jim Settee, known for tracking down lost persons in Prince Albert National Park in the 1950s, is now the subject of a documentary about his life and legacy. The director of The Way Home, Jeanne Corrigal, says she will portray Settee as a spiritual figure as well as the legendary tracker who worked with her father a half-century ago. She also stated that the doc will explain some of the remarkable woodland search and rescues that Settee was famous for.
March 17, 2009

Saskatchewan Cree Jim Settee, known for tracking down lost persons in Prince Albert National Park in the 1950s, is now the subject of a documentary about his life and legacy. The director of The Way Home, Jeanne Corrigal, says she will portray Settee as a spiritual figure as well as the legendary tracker who worked with her father a half-century ago. She also stated that the doc will explain some of the remarkable woodland search and rescues that Settee was famous for.

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