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Photographs of Fish Wolf Robe 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, Beadwork, Jewelry, Necklaces, Headgear, Scarves, Fish Wolf Robe

Transcript: Father: Wolf Eagle Mother: Dried Up Wife: Lone Petrified Father: Sleeping Wolf Mother: Close Kill Children: William Fish, Leona Fish, Cecil Fish, Louis Fish, Two other un-named girls, six others did not reach adulthood all together 13 children. Fish Wolf Robe's wife was from Hobbema, a Cree. He was the camp crier at the Sundance�s and announcer at the Pow-Wow�s. Fish Wolf Robe worked at Glacier park for some years as an entertainer along with other Blackfoot people. As a young man Fish Wolf Robe had a Split Horn Headdress Card Information: Fish Wolf Robe�1. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a beaded necklace, with his hair in braids. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0015 Fish Wolf Robe � 2. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a large brimmed hat and a scarf around his neck, with his hair in braids. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0016 Fish Wolf Robe � 3. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a large brimmed hat and a scarf around his neck, with his hair in braids. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0017 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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Portrait of Stabs by Mistake taken by Henry Magee. Photographs 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, Jewelry, Beaver man, Drummers, Jackets, Scarves, Stabs By Mistake

Transcript: Father: Sitting With Back Sticking Out Mother: Dives to the Shore Wife: Steal In The Day Time Father: Mountain Chief (Big Brave) Mother: Bird Sailing This Way Children: Peter Stabs by Mistake, Thomas Stabs by Mistake. Stabs by mistake was a Beaver Man. He was one of the last Aamskaapiipikuni to take part in the Dove Society. The was a member of the Black Tail Deer Society. He took a Crow Water bundle around the same time that he had joined the Black Tail Deer Society. Stabs by Mistake was buried with a War Pipe that was given to him by Mountain Chief. He was a drummer for many Medicine Pipe openings because he knew the songs however; he never had one transferred to him. Stabs by Mistake was transferred the Top Knot and a necklace from one of the Medicine Pipe holders. Stabs my Mistake drowned in the Four Horns Lake. Card information: 1. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a pinstripe jacket, a scarf around his neck and earrings, with his hair in braids. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0001 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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(aka Medicine Pipe Man Returning With A Crane War Whoop, aka Medicine Pipe Stem) - Blackfoot (Kainai)

Subject: Clothing and dress, Portraits, Photographs, Headgear, Scarves, Men's clothing, Mean Bandolier, Medicine Pipe Man Returning With a Crane War Whoop, Medicine Pipe Stem

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Portraits of Little Plume from the Magee Collection

Subject: Clothing and dress, Family History, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Portraits, Photographs, Warriors, Moccasins, Jewelry, Necklaces, Headgear, Jackets, Scarves, Vests, Little Plume

Transcript: Father: Wounded Mouth Mother: Many Cut Woman Wife1: Spear Woman Children: Hollering in the Air, Calf Woman and Leaving Singing this Way Wife2: Tail Feathers Woman Children: Looks First and Takes Gun for Nothing Wife3: Hits on Top Children: Long Time Bird Woman Wife4: Different Cut Children: Louis, Josephine and Medicine Whistle Little Plume was a very well known and well-respected warrior through out his life. As a young boy he had counted coup on a Cree man and stolen his weapon during a fight. He asked an elder for his name in exchange of the weapon. Which is how Little Plume was so named. He is said to have been given the powers of the bear and could heal himself within a matter of days from any wound. There is an account of Little Plume using his gifts on himself after being shot in the chest. Card Information: Little Plume�1. A Blackfeet man wearing fringed clothes and earrings, with his hair in braids, his hands clasped in front of him. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0098 Little Plume � 2. A portrait of a seated Blackfeet man, wearing a wide brimmed hat. Note: Photograph of a photograph. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0099 Little Plume � 3. A portrait of a seated Blackfeet man, wearing a wide brimmed hat. Note: Photograph of a photograph. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0100 Little Plume � 4. A Blackfeet man sitting on a tree stump, wearing fringed boots and beaded clothing, with feathers in his braided hair. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0101 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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Portraits of Yellow Kidney 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, Beaver man, Headgear, Scarves, Yellow Kidney

Transcript: Father: Wounded Mouth (A.K.A. White Bear Medicine) Mother: Kills in the Brush Wife 1: Wolf Woman Children: Already Hollered & Medicine Otter Wife 2: Hairy Face No Children Yellow Kidney was a beaver man and a leader among the Beaver people. He was known to have had several painted lodges throughout his life, which had been very important lodges to own. One of the lodges was the Eagle lodge. Yellow Kidney had also kept a Thunder Pipe bundle when he was a younger man. Card Information: Yellow Kidney�1.A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a wide brimmed hat and a scarf tied around his neck, with his hair in braids. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0069 Yellow Kidney � 2. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a wide brimmed hat and a scarf tied around his neck, with his hair in braids. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0070 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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Portrait of Theodore Last Star 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, Chiefs, Jackets, Scarves, Vests, Last Star, Theo

Transcript: Adopted Father: Last Star Adopted Mother: Scaring Up A Bird Biological Father: Martin Fitzpatrick Biological Mother: Cutting Herself Woman Wife 1: Emma Merchant Children: Calvin (adopted) Wife 2: Cecile Boy Children: None Theo was on the police force and had several Thunder Pipes through his life as well as a Smoking Otter bundle and a few other personal bundles. He was accepted as the official hereditary chief having been chosen by Wades-in-the-Water as his successor. This is how chiefs were chosen before voting came along. Last Star adopted Theo when he was a child; his mother gave him to Last Star when she remarried. Theo was a very well liked man and very well respected throughout his life. Card Information: Theo Last Star � 2. A portrait of a Blackfeet man with his hair in braids. Note: Photograph of a photograph. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0108 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 (Kainai) - no date

Subject: Clothing and dress, Portraits, Photographs, Scarves, Men's clothing

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