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Photographs of Three Calf (Wipes his Eyes) in his buckskin suit and headdress, from the Magee Collection

Subject: Head Dress, Clothing and dress, Kainai, Family History, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Leadership, Beadwork, Warriors, Moccasins, Leggings, Three Calf, Wipes His Eyes

Transcript: Father: Wolf Plume Mother: Yellow Iron Woman Wife: Taking Gun, First and second husbands passed no children with either. Children: Susan, Thomas, Maggie, Joseph and Mollie Three Calf lived with his uncle Running Rabbit (Blood) for a time after his father passed, he did eventually move home to the south. He was one of the last to have the rights to the Bear Knife. After Three Calf had passed his knife was sold to a collector who in turn sold it to the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming. There is a photo of him with the knife in the Blackfoot Papers p.1335. Three Calf was a well known warrior and went on many raids as a young man. He moved a lot between the Aamskaapi'piikunii and the Kainai through out his life. Three Calf was a very well respected and well known leader. Card information: Three Calf a.k.a. Wipes His Eyes 1. A profile headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a feathered headdress and beaded clothes. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0028 Three Calf � 2. A Blackfeet man wearing a feathered headress and beaded clothes. Note: Photograph of a photograph. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0029 Three Calf 3. A profile headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a feathered headress and beaded clothes. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0030 Three Calf � 4. A Blackfeet man, wearing a feathered headdress and beaded clothes, standing in a dirt field. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0031 Three Calf � 5. A Blackfeet man, wearing a feathered headdress and beaded clothes, standing in a dirt field. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0032 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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Crow Foot's materials in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, England

Subject: Conservation, Clothing and dress, Hair, Siksika, Museums, Bundles, Family History, Leadership, Denny, Cecil Edward, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Scalp

Transcript: Cecil Edward Denny collection is currently at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, England. The majority of the collection is from Crow Foot of Siksikaa, Alberta Canada. It is not really clear how Cecil Denny received these item's wether it was through trade or a gift from Crow Foot or some other means. Tony Eccles the Curator for the Worlds Cultures Collections is currently working very closely with Siksikaa to bring the collection home for a visit. Mr. Eccles has kindly allowed the Blackfoot Digital Library use of these documents and images for educational purposes. Documents and images are not to be reproduced or published with out permission from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. You can find the Royal Albert Memorial Museums Blackfoot page here: http://www.rammworldculturesonline.org.uk/Research/Blackfoot/About/

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Photographs and inventory list from the Glasgow Museums. Glasgow, Scotland

Subject: Conservation, Pipes, Clothing and dress, Museums, Weapons, Photographs, Leggings, Footwear, Glasgow Museums

Transcript: On April 3, 2011 a small group of Blackfoot from Kainai traveled to Glasgow, Scotland to view their Plains Collection. Adrienne Heavy Head, Ryan Heavy Head, Narcisse Blood and Alison Brown from the University of Aberdeen viewed as much of the collection that was possible to view. Most of the Glasgow Collection is from Wounded Knee, collected after the massacre. These materials were not viewed as they are not possible Blackfoot and they were taken from the dead. The items that are shown here are all marked only as ""Plains"" or ""North America"". There is very little information on where or which peoples these were taken from. A complete inventory of the Glasgow Museums North American collection is provided. Photographs and video were taken by Adrienne Heavy Head and the Glasgow Museums for use by the Blackfoot Digital Library. Documents provided by the Glasgow Museums for use by the Blackfoot Digital Library. Documents and photographs are not to be published with out permission. You can find the Glasgow Museums webpage: http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/pages/home.aspx

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Video of the Glasgow Museums visit by Adrienne Heavy Head, Ryan Heavy Head and Narcisse Blood from Kainai, Alison Brown from the University of Aberdeen and accompanied by Patricia Allen curator to the America's collection at Glasgow Museums.

Subject: Conservation, Pipes, Clothing and dress, Anthropology, Kainai, Cultural property, Museums, Art, Video recordings, Quill Work, Archaeology, Leggings, Footwear, Glasgow Museums

Transcript: On April 3, 2011 a small group of Blackfoot from Kainai traveled to Glasgow, Scotland to view their Plains Collection. Adrienne Heavy Head, Ryan Heavy Head, Narcisse Blood and Alison Brown from the University of Aberdeen viewed as much of the collection that was possible to view. Most of the Glasgow Collection is from Wounded Knee, collected after the massacre. These materials were not viewed as they are not possible Blackfoot and they were taken from the dead. The items that are shown here are all marked only as ""Plains"" or ""North America"". There is very little information on where or which peoples these were taken from. A complete inventory of the Glasgow Museums North American collection is provided. Photographs and video were taken by Adrienne Heavy Head for use by the Blackfoot Digital Library. Documents provided by the Glasgow Museums for use by the Blackfoot Digital Library. Documents and photograph are not to be published with out permission. You can find the Glasgow Museums webpage: http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/pages/home.aspx

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Mens leggings, fringed along the outsides with leather fringes. Orange and white coloured quills in a geometric design.

Subject: Conservation, Clothing and dress, Kainai, Museums, Art, Photographs, Quill Work, Leggings, Men's clothing, British Museum

Transcript: On March 29, 2011 A group of Blackfoot people from all four tribes travelled to London, England and surveyed the collection at the British Museum storage. The part of the collection surveyed has quill worked scalp lock and weasel tail shirts, a split horn headdress from the Horn Society, a spilt horn headdress from the Brave Dogs Society, two straight up headdress', A shield, a club, a mans saddle, a woman's dress, a Brave Dogs rattle, a toothed necklace and a pair of men's leggings with quill work on them. There is more Blackfoot materials in their collection but these are the item's that were marked as most important to see on this visit. There are item's on display in the main museum as well as more in storage. You can access the British Museum's main page and collections database: http://www.britishmuseum.org/default.aspx Photographs taken by Adrienne Heavy Head. Museum inventory document provided by the British Museum for use by the Blackfoot Digital Library. British Museum Documents are for educational use only. Not to be published without permission from the British Museum.

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Leggings belonging to the Scalplock Shirts in the Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford, United Kingdom.

Subject: Clothing and dress, Museums, Art, Photographs, Quill Work, Leggings, Pitt Rivers Museum, Men's clothing

Transcript: These Leggings belong with the Scalplock shirts at the Pitt Rivers Museum. The Leggings are far to fragile to survive the transport process and so were not sent along with the shirts for display. A group of Blackfoot people from the four tribes were in Oxford at the Pitt Rivers attending a conference regarding the shirts and were able to photograph the leggings at that time. These Photo's were taken on March 28, 2011. The photo's were taken by Adrienne Heavy Head and Ryan Heavy Head. Adrienne is the Liaison for the Blackfoot Digital Library. Ryan is the Director of the Kainai Studies Department at Red Crow Community College. A copy of these photo's are held at Red Crow Community College in the Kainai Studies Archives.

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at Fort MacLeod, Alberta - Blackfoot (Kainai) 1st photograph 1905 2nd photograph 1927

Subject: Clothing and dress, Photographs, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Oka, Mike

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Blackfoot (Siksika) 1st photograph 1948 2nd photograph 1951 3rd photograph 1951 4th photograph 1951 5th photograph 1951 near Calgary, Alberta 6th photograph 1951

Subject: Portraits, Photographs, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Gauntlets, Calf Robe, Ben

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1st photograph (aka Joe Healy) - Blackfoot (Kainai) - before 1936 2nd photograph 1919 3rd photograph - before 1936

Subject: Teepees, Clothing and dress, Weapons, Portraits, Photographs, Tipis, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Healy, Joe, Gauntlets, Flying Chief

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Blackfoot (Siksika) 1st photograph 1930 2nd photograph 1951 - near Calgary, Alberta 3rd photograph 1951 4th photograph 1952 6th photograph 1951 5th photograph 1951

Subject: Clothing and dress, Portraits, Photographs, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Calf Robe, Ben

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