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|Title||Joe Little Chief's Blackfoot stories, no.19: from 1880 the year the Blackfeet moved south|
|Section||Section IV: Religion & Empire|
|Names||Reverend Lacombe (f1), Chief Crowfoot (ff1-3), Reverend Riow (f4), King George V (f4), Joe Little Chief|
|Places||Canada, Alberta, Okotoks (f1), Bow River (ff1, 4), Calgary (ff1, 4), Blackfoot Crossing (ff1, 2, 4), Montana (f2), Cluny (f2), Banff (f3), Saskatchewan (f4)|
|Topics||transcript, Native American history, education, first Industrial School (f1), Crowfoot school (f4), Canadian Pacific Railway, C.P.R (f1), Royal North West Mounted Police, R.N.W.M (f1), Riel rebellion (f2), Cree (f2), Souix, Sioux (f4), religion, missionaries (f3), Catholic (ff3, 4), Anglican (f3), agriculture, development of farming (ff4-5), land disputes (f5)|