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|Title||Farm Instructor Diary, No. 2 farm, Cluny, 1915|
|Section||Section IV: Religion & Empire|
|Document Type||Manuscript, Diary|
|Names||A. E. Jones, F. J. Clarke, Duck Chief (image 1), Spring Chief (images 2, 5), J. H. Gooderham (image 3)|
|Places||Canada, Alberta, Cluny, Gleichen, Calgary (image 10)|
|Topics||diary, farming, agriculture, livestock, cattle, education, farm instructor, rations, indigenous peoples, Native Americans, Blackfoot, reserve, reservation, Blackfoot Indian Agency, issuing oats to individual Native Americans (image 1), repairing water pipes at Duck Chiefs (image 1), letter from F. J. Clarke to J. H. Gooderham stating that one of his animals has been shot in the leg (image 3), attended to a horse belonging to Lynden Many Beans that had colic (image 4), selling off individual Native Americans' wheat (image 7), letter reminding F. J. Clarke that work on Sundays is forbidden (image 16), missionary work, missionaries (image 16), statement of the agency's aims in dealing with the Indians (image 16)|