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|Title||Farm Instructor Diary, No. 2 farm, Cluny, 1911|
|Section||Section IV: Religion & Empire|
|Document Type||Manuscript, Diary|
|Names||David L. Brereton, A. E. Jones, J. H. Gooderham, Chief Running Rabbit (image 2), Spring Chief (images 2, 7, 47), Yellow Horse (images 4, 6, 10, 44), Little Axe (images 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 24, 44, 45, 46), Crow Shoe (images 15, 44)|
|Places||Canada, Alberta, Cluny, Gleichen, Calgary (image 31), Stobart (image 37)|
|Topics||diary, farming, agriculture, livestock, cattle, education, farm instructor, rations, indigenous peoples, Native Americans, Blackfoot, reserve, reservation, Blackfoot Indian Agency, coal mine (images 2, 3, 8, 38), stray cattle on reserve (image 2), death, funeral of Chief Running Rabbit (image 2), instructing Native Americans to gather in and feed their stock (image 2), urging Native American Indians to look after their stock (image 3), observation that the Native Americans are not looking after their cattle (image 4), health and disease, visited sick Native Americans (image 8), La Grippe (image 20), dysentery (image 31), Native American Indian agent (images 11, 20, 21, 30, 31, 32, 35, 44), birthday (image 23), Coronation Day (image 25), confined to the house (image 29), health and disease, nearly blinded by getting cattle dip in eyes (image 29), visits doctor about eyes (image 31), measured the Native American Indians' hay (images 35, 36), Thanksgiving Day (image 37), money, treaty payments (image 41), inspection of the farm (image 44), complaining that the Native Americas are not paying enough attention to their cattle (image 44)|