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Title Joe Little Chief's Blackfoot stories, no.18: from 1830 the year Crowfoot was born
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1830-1911
Document Type Manuscript
Library Glenbow Museum
Reference M-4394-18
Names Chief Crowfoot (ff1, 13, 15), Queen Victoria (f13), Reverend Riow (f16), Joe Little Chief
Places Blackfoot Crossing (ff1, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16), Bow River (ff2, 15), Red Deer River (f5), Yellow River (f8), Medicine Hat (f9), Drumheller (f10), Lethbridge (f10), Blackfoot reserve (ff13,14), Standoff (f16)
Topics Native American history, traditional, war and conflict (ff1, 3-4, 6-7, 9, 14), Iroquos (f1), Hurons (f1), Cree (ff3-4, 6, 14), Crow (ff7, 9), Sarcee (f7), medicine man (ff2, 4), treaties (ff5, 8, 13), Treaty No. 7 (f5), with U.S.A (f8), first encounter with white settlers (f6), health and disease, black pox (f10), smallpox (ff10-11), first store (f11), tobacco (ff11-12), whiskey (ff11-12), Royal North West Mounted Police, R.N.W.M (f12), Canadian Pacific Railway, C.P.R (f14), missionaries (f16), education, Residential school (f16), Crowfoot school (f16), transcript (ff17-24)
Copyright Glenbow Museum