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Photographs of Faye Home Gun from the Magee Collection

Subject: Teepees, Children, Clothing and dress, Family History, Portrait, Beadwork, Moccasins, Jewelry, Necklaces, Tipis, Home Gun, Faye, Children's clothing

Transcript: Mother: Katie Home Gun Father: Dan Home Gun Father: Home Gun Mother: Many Pipe Woman More information is needed about Faye Home Gun Card information: Home Gun � 1. A young Blackfeet girl wearing a beaded dress, standing in front of a tipi. Written on the bottom of the photo: Fay Home Gun. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0019 Home Gun � 2. A young Blackfeet girl wearing a beaded dress and necklace, with her hair in braids. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0020 This photograph is part of the Magee Family Collection. The collection was donated to the Blackfoot Digital Library by Don Magee the son of Thomas Magee. The originals are now in the University of Alberta's archives. Research on the photographs has been done by Adrienne Heavy Head using various published resources about the Blackfoot people and interviews.

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Two photographs with Lame Bear and John Mountain Chief from the Magee Collection.

Subject: Children, Clothing and dress, Women's clothing, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Chiefs, Headgear, Coats, Lame Bear, Mountain Chief, John

Transcript: Father: Mountain Chief Mother: Front Strike (Married No chief later) First Wife: Agnes Kills At Night (later married Running Owl) one child. Second Wife: Long Time Louse one child. John was a truant officer, which brought him great respect among the people. John was also the local all around helper. Anyone could call on him wether they were in need of help from the snow or needed a handyman. John was a very well known and well respected man within the community. More information is needed on Lame Bear In the second photograph, it is unknown who the white woman and girl are. Card information: Lame Bear and Mt. Chief (John Mountain Chief). Two Blackfeet men standing in front of a brick wall. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0047 Lame Bear and Mt. Chief [et al.] Two Blackfeet men, a woman and a young girl standing in front of a brick wall. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0048 This photograph is part of the Magee Family Collection. The collection was donated to the Blackfoot Digital Library by Don Magee the son of Thomas Magee. The originals are now in the University of Alberta's archives. Research on the photographs has been done by Adrienne Heavy Head using various published resources about the Blackfoot people and interviews.

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An interview with Richard Davidson about the various governments campaigns to massacre Native people.

Subject: Ethics, Starvation, Children, Malcolm-Clark, Baker-Massacre, Residential Schools, Death, Massacres, Armed Forces, Atrocities, Mass Media, Newspapers, Reporters and reporting, Video recordings, Smallpox, Orphans, Davidson, Richard

Transcript: Richard Davidson talks about the research he did into Massacre's of the Native people. Richard talks about many Blackfoot massacre's as well as many others. Warning: The material is described very graphically.

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Bruce Starlight of Sarcee interview for the Itsinikssiistsi project.

Subject: Ethics, Conservation, Children, Cree, Cannibalism, Escaping Danger, Anthropology, Broken Knife, Bundles, Treaties, Family History, Education, Alberta, Red Crow College, Video recordings, Land use, Historic sites, Canada, Sun dance, Sun dance women, Starlight, Bruce

Transcript: Bruce Starlight of Sarcee tells stories he heard as a child and his families connection to Broken Knife who was known to be the last man to have seen Naapii before he disappeared. Bruce tells of how the Sarcee came to be part of the Blackfoot Confederacy and how the Blackfoot shared religion with them.

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Photograph of Mrs. William Jackson with one of her children

Subject: Children, Family History, Women's clothing, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Portraits, Photographs, Dresses, Jackson, Mrs. William, White Antelope Woman

Transcript: Also Known as: White Antelope Woman Father: Unknown Mother: Unknown Husband: William Jackson Children: Unknown Not much is known about Mrs. Jackson, but her husband has become a semi-famous half-breed guide. Mr. William Jackson is known to have been with Custer at Little Bighorn where Custer was killed. William escaped with his life and was able to return home to the Aamskaapii'piikunii. William also befriended several ethnographers that came through the area. More information is needed on his wife White Antelope Woman. Card Information: Mrs. William Jackson. A young Blackfeet woman wearing a fringed dress, her hair in braids, carrying a small child. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0102 This photograph is part of the Magee Family Collection. The collection was donated to the Blackfoot Digital Library by Don Magee the son of Thomas Magee. The originals are now in the University of Alberta's archives. Research on the photographs has been done by Adrienne Heavy Head using various published resources about the Blackfoot people and interviews.

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A photograph of Paul Calf Looking with one of his sons. From the Magee Collection

Subject: Children, Clothing and dress, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Headgear, Calf, Paul

Transcript: Father: Calf Looking Mother: Going to Weasel Wife: Maggie Calf Looking Children: Ada, Joe and Cecile Calf Looking More information needed. Card Information: Paul Calf Looking and Son. A Blackfeet man standing beside a young boy on a road. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0060 This photograph is part of the Magee Family Collection. The collection was donated to the Blackfoot Digital Library by Don Magee the son of Thomas Magee. The originals are now in the University of Alberta's archives. Research on the photographs has been done by Adrienne Heavy Head using various published resources about the Blackfoot people and interviews.


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Ivan Soto


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Allen and Charlene Pard discuss the importance of the Blackfoot Shirts project

Subject: Conservation, Children, Clothing and dress, Cultural property, Museums, Art, Leaders, Family History, Elder, Video recordings, Quill Work, Interviews, Pard, Allen, Glenbow Museum, Pard, Charlene, Pitt Rivers Museum, Men's clothing

Transcript: Allen and Charlene Pard are elders for most of the Ceremonial Societies for the Blackfoot people. Allen and Charlene talk about the importance the shirts visiting has played with restoring a ceremony that was almost lost. Allen was the last person to have the transfers to wear the quilled shirts, but he was able to pass that knowledge on too others when the shirts came to visit. Allen and Charlene have been a real driving force behind this project. They along with a few others have worked so hard to bring the shirts home and are currently working with the Pitt Rivers Museum and Glenbow to permanently bring the shirts home to Blackfoot Territory.

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Narcisse Blood talks about relationships between aboriginals and museum's around the world and especially in the United Kingdom.

Subject: Ethics, Conservation, Children, Narrative, Clothing and dress, Kainai, Cultural property, Museums, Art, Family History, Pommakssin, Leadership, Video recordings, Blood, Narcisse, Pitt Rivers Museum, Men's clothing

Transcript: Narcisse debut'd his film "The Blackfoot Shirts Project" at the conference in Pitt Rivers Museum. Narcisse gives a presentation about ethical research before showing the film. Narcisse talks about relationships between museum's and the Blackfoot people especially between the United Kingdom museums and aboriginal people from around the world. As the film is not yet finished we do not have a copy to upload at this time. When the film is completed we will update this asset as needed.

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Adrienne Heavy Head was interviewed on August 10, 2010 by Dr. Laura Peers (Pitt Rivers Museum/Oxford) and Dr. Alison Brown (University of Aberdeen/Pitt Rivers Museum) in relation to the War Shirts Exhibit. The Shirts came to Canada on loan from the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, England during the summer of 2010. Adrienne was one of a small delegation that went to Oxford before the shirts were sent home for the visit. Adrienne relates her experience and opinons on what the visit meant to the Blackfoot people and to herself.

Subject: Conservation, Children, Clothing and dress, Cultural property, Museums, Bundles, Interviews, Pitt Rivers Museum, Heavy Head, Adrienne

Transcript: Adrienne Heavy Head was interviewed on August 10, 2010 by Dr. Laura Peers (Pitt Rivers Museum/Oxford) and Dr. Alison Brown (University of Aberdeen/Pitt Rivers Museum) in relation to the War Shirts Exhibit. The Shirts came to Canada on loan from the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, England during the summer of 2010. Adrienne was one of a small delegation that went to Oxford before the shirts were sent home for the visit. Adrienne relates her experience and opinons on what the visit meant to the Blackfoot people and to herself.

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