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The Kane Family History - Beekeeping (1963)

Thomas Kane

Silent | 1963

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  •  At the farm, possibly in Sublime, Lavaca County 
  •  A grafting building, a method of beekeeping that facilitates queen rearing 
  •  The Kane children play in the garden 
  •  Inside the honey house, preparing packages for shipment 
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This 1960s home movie captures the Kane family spending time at a farm, most likely owned by the family. The beginning of the footage shows members of the family outside on the farm. The children play in the garden and swing on a tree vine, while the adults converse in front of the grafting building, used in beekeeping. The second half of the footage shows the inside of a building, where workers prepare beehives for shipment.