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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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Portrait of Phillip Arrow Top from the Magee Collection taken by Henry Magee

Subject: Family History, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Medicine Men, Shamans, Police, Arrow, Philip

Transcript: Phillip Arrow Top (Jingling This Way). Father: Arrow Top Knot Mother: Pine Squirrel Wife: Molly Arrow Top. Phillip was a police officer and later became a probation officer. His father was a well known Medicine man and Warrior. Card information: Photograph 1 - Phillip Arrow Top 1. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a sweater, with his hair tied back. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0011 Photograph 2 - Phillip Arrow Top � 2. A headshot of a Blackfeet man wearing a sweater, with his hair tied back. Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0012 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 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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Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024

Subject: Pipes, Clothing and dress, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Black Bear, John, Sun dance, Headdress, Headgear

Transcript: Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024 Father: Chief In Water. Mother: Close Charge. Wife: Many Snakes. Many Snakes Mother: Easy Walker. Father: Many White Swan. Children: Medicine Owl, John Black Bear (Takes Gun by Mistake), Long Time Bear Woman (Married to Many Tail Feathers), Dog Ear, Singing In The Water (Married to Louis Champagne). Black Bear was indicted for the murder of Malcolm Clark in 1869 along with four others from Aamsskaapipiikani. It is believed that Black Bear was the last to use a Bear Knife in war parties. He told Duvall that he had the knife for forty years. He transferred that knife to Wipes-His-Eyes (later changing his name to Three Calf), who in turn sold it to a collector. It is now in the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming. Black Bear was known as a great warrior. The Death of Malcolm Clark in 1869 was what lit the fire for the Baker Massacre. In 1869 a group of Piikani men (which included Black Bear) went to Malcolm Clark 's home. They were there to kill Malcolm Clark because he had Raped Owl Child 's wife while he was staying with Mountain Chief 's group. The complete Magee collection can be viewed at http://www.uleth.ca/lib/digitized_Collections/magee.asp

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Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024

Subject: Pipes, Clothing and dress, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Black Bear, John, Sun dance, Headdress, Headgear

Transcript: Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024 Father: Chief In Water. Mother: Close Charge. Wife: Many Snakes. Many Snakes Mother: Easy Walker. Father: Many White Swan. Children: Medicine Owl, John Black Bear (Takes Gun by Mistake), Long Time Bear Woman (Married to Many Tail Feathers), Dog Ear, Singing In The Water (Married to Louis Champagne). Black Bear was indicted for the murder of Malcolm Clark in 1869 along with four others from Aamsskaapipiikani. It is believed that Black Bear was the last to use a Bear Knife in war parties. He told Duvall that he had the knife for forty years. He transferred that knife to Wipes-His-Eyes (later changing his name to Three Calf), who in turn sold it to a collector. It is now in the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming. Black Bear was known as a great warrior. The Death of Malcolm Clark in 1869 was what lit the fire for the Baker Massacre. In 1869 a group of Piikani men (which included Black Bear) went to Malcolm Clark 's home. They were there to kill Malcolm Clark because he had Raped Owl Child 's wife while he was staying with Mountain Chief 's group. The complete Magee collection can be viewed at http://www.uleth.ca/lib/digitized_Collections/magee.asp

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Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024

Subject: Pipes, Clothing and dress, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Black Bear, John, Sun dance, Headdress, Headgear

Transcript: Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. A stereoscope card showing Black Bear making a speech within a Sun Dance lodge. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930 MGSTBF024 Father: Chief In Water. Mother: Close Charge. Wife: Many Snakes. Many Snakes Mother: Easy Walker. Father: Many White Swan. Children: Medicine Owl, John Black Bear (Takes Gun by Mistake), Long Time Bear Woman (Married to Many Tail Feathers), Dog Ear, Singing In The Water (Married to Louis Champagne). Black Bear was indicted for the murder of Malcolm Clark in 1869 along with four others from Aamsskaapipiikani. It is believed that Black Bear was the last to use a Bear Knife in war parties. He told Duvall that he had the knife for forty years. He transferred that knife to Wipes-His-Eyes (later changing his name to Three Calf), who in turn sold it to a collector. It is now in the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming. Black Bear was known as a great warrior. The Death of Malcolm Clark in 1869 was what lit the fire for the Baker Massacre. In 1869 a group of Piikani men (which included Black Bear) went to Malcolm Clark 's home. They were there to kill Malcolm Clark because he had Raped Owl Child 's wife while he was staying with Mountain Chief 's group. The complete Magee collection can be viewed at http://www.uleth.ca/lib/digitized_Collections/magee.asp

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Portrait of James White Calf 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, Warriors, Jackets, Scarves, Vests, White Calf, James

Transcript: Father: White Calf Mother: Black Snake Wife 1: The Kit Fox Woman Children: Louise, Josephine, Carry, Joseph Wife 2: Catches for Nothing Children: Jim White Calf Wife 3: Cecile Marceau Children: Unknown Wife 4: Margaret Yellow Owl Children: Unknown James became a well-known hunter and warrior. He was a source for Claude Schaeffer and told many of our stories too him for his book. Card Information: James White Calf. A portrait of a smiling Blackfeet man with his hair in braids. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0104 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 Rides at the Door from the Magee Collection

Subject: Sundance, Clothing and dress, Family History, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Headgear, Jackets, Scarves, Rides at the Door

Transcript: Father: Lone Pity Mother: Yellow Owl Woman Wife: Mary Grant Rides at the Door Children: Richard, Frank, James, Johnny, Joseph, William and Annie. Rides at the Door is a very well known and respected leader. He is known through out Blackfoot territory for his teachings. As a young man he became a very well known warrior because of his courage and boldness while raiding enemy camps for horses. He received the name Rides at the Door for stealing a chief's prized horse from literally his tipi door where the horse had been tied up for the night. For this conquest he was named by his elders and began his career as a well-respected warrior among the Blackfoot people of all four tribes. Rides at the Door and his wife were one of the few Sundance people left at the end of the 1900's. He and his wife transferred on their knowledge to new Sundance people and saved the Blackfoot Sundance. Rides at the Door is still a very respected man among the four Blackfoot tribes. Card Information: Rides At The Door � 1. An oval portrait of a Blackfeet man wearing a wide brimmed hat. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0088 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 Portrait of Short Face 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, Warriors, Elder, Headgear, Jackets, Scarves

Transcript: Father: Leaf Mother: Fine Kill First Wife: Unknown Second Wife: Unknown Third Wife: Susie Steep Face Children: None Short Face was a very well known warrior but more well known for his story telling abilities. He was often present at celebrations and government events. Short Face owned a weasel tail shirt and was an elder to the Kukoiiksii. Card Information: Short Face. A Blackfeet man sitting on a bench outside of a store, wearing a wide brimmed hat, smoking. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0087 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 Many Tail Feathers with his dog from the Magee Collection

Subject: Dogs, Clothing and dress, Family History, Portrait, Magee, Thomas Benjamin, 1862-1930, Magee, Henry Lincoln, 1896-1966, Magee, Donald Lee 1938-, Photographs, Warriors, Coats, Scarves, Many Tail Feathers

Transcript: Father: Screaming Owl Mother: Caught Down Wife 1: Snake Woman Children: None Wife 2: Double Strike Children: Jennie and Mary Wife 3: Long Time Bear Woman Children: Bertha, Minnie, Julia, John, Alice and David Many Tail Feathers was a notable warrior. He had been in many battles, buffalo hunts and horse raids throughout his life. Many Tail Feathers took part in the last hunt and was later gifted by the Buffalo Chief with power over his enemies' weapons. He put a stop to the use of the Piskaan among the Aahmskaapii'piikunii so as to help conserve them since they were dyeing out at that time. He announced that the Piskaan's should forever remain unused so that the buffalo may live. Card Information: Many Tail Feathers. A Blackfeet man in a wool coat, holding a small dog in his lap. Note: Photograph of a photograph. Thomas B. Magee, 1862-1930; Henry L. Magee, 1896-1966 MGNGEN0073 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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