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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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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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Blackfoot and Blood chiefs who did not participate in the North West Rebellion of 1885 and who were brought to Ontario by the federal government for the unveiling of the Brant Memorial. Seated l. to r. One Spot-Pipe Bearer of Crowfoot, Red Crow and North Axe. Standing Interpreter.

Subject: Leaders, Chiefs, Moccasins, Jewelry, Necklaces, Canada, Politics and government, One Stop-Pipe Bearer, Jean L'Heureux

Transcript: Blackfoot and Blood chiefs who did not participate in the North West Rebellion of 1885 and who were brought to Ontario by the federal government for the unveiling of the Brant Memorial. Seated l. to r. One Spot-Pipe Bearer of Crowfoot, Red Crow and North Axe. Standing Jean L'Heureux the interpreter.

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1st photograph circa 1910 2nd photograph circa 1895

Subject: Clothing and dress, Portraits, Photographs, Moccasins, Blankets, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Men's clothing, Black Plume

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Blackfeet (Pikuni) - 1913

Subject: Teepees, Weapons, Moccasins, Tipis, Headdress, Headgear, Leggings, Pelts, Little Dog, Mike

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Blackfeet (Pikuni) - 1903 Unclear whether Curly Bear is the same name as Curley Bear

Subject: Clothing and dress, Portraits, Photographs, Moccasins, Leggings, Men's clothing, Curly Bear

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Blackfoot - no date Unclear whether Bear Chief and Little Bear Chief are the same person. Face looks similar.

Subject: Teepees, Weapons, Portraits, Photographs, Moccasins, Horses, Tipis, Coats, Leggings, Men's clothing, Bear Chief

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