Photograph of Charlie Reevis from the Magee Collection
Subject: Clothing and dress, Family History, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Sun dance, Headgear, Coats, Jackets, Scarves, Vests, Reevis Crow Chief, Charlie
Transcript: Father: Louis Reevis (Caucasian) Mother: Charging Home. First Wife: First Strike (first husband: Scabby Robe) Children: Three children with Scabby Robe, seven children with Charlie. Charlie's children: Cecile, Louis, Joseph, Mamie, Henry, James and Agnes Second Wife: Matsoaki AKA: Maggie Chief Crow (First Husband: Wild Gun). Charlie and Maggie were Sundance people they also had a painted lodge together of an Otter. It is believed that his father was a French-Canadian who was killed shortly after Charlie was born in battle. Charlie was a very well off rancher, he owned two both on different parts of the reservation. Charlie's first wife passed away and he went on to marry his second wife Maggie who was also a widow of Wild Gun. Charlie and his brother Bobtail Chief (Kainai) sat the Okan with his wife Maggie. Charlie and Maggie were the last couple in Aamskaapiipiikunni to put up the Okan for many years. Charlie advised and was a representative for the Blackfeet in Washington D.C. whenever there was government business that required a member of the tribe. Three Suns who was a chief adopted Charlie as his son. Charlie received a medal from Three Suns that was given to him by the United States government. The medal had a image of Lincoln and was handed down to one of Charlie's son's.