Siksika First Nation

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              PR1969.0205-34 · File · 1910
              Part of Library and Archives Canada map collection

              These black and white maps depict plans for the subdivision of the [Siksika First Nation] Blackfoot Indian Reserve #146, commissioned by the Department of Indian Affairs as part of Treaty 7. They include notes regarding the location of the Fort MacLeod/Blackfoot Crossing Trail and it briefly mentions the terrain as consisting of “rolling and undulating prairie.”

              PR1973.0208-1 · File · [1972-1973]
              Part of Jerry Puckett fonds

              In this recording, Jerry Puckett interviews David Melting Tallow and George Crowchief. During this interview, Melting Tallow and Crowchief speak about the traditional rivalry with Cree, the First Nation concept of land ownership, the signing of Treaty Seven (with Chief Crowfoot), the provisions of Treaty, and their efforts to preserve their culture. They also discuss First Nations dances, artifacts, beadwork, and their religious significance. This interview was recorded for use in the TV show "Puckett's General Store," though the interview was never aired.

              Lucien Mason Hanks fonds
              PR2935 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1965]

              The fonds consists of images featuring residents of the Siksika Reserve in Gleichen, Alberta taken by Lucien Mason Hanks in 1922.

              Hanks, Lucien Mason
              PR3959 · Collection · [19--?]

              The collection consists of 7 black and white photographs of unidentified members of the Siksika Nation and 1 colour photograph of blankets.

              Unknown donor
              PR3947 · Collection · 1967

              The collection consists of photographs of a Siksika Sun Dance ceremony held near Cardston, AB in 1967.

              Unknown donor
              Tom Many Guns family fonds
              PR0185 · Fonds · 1831-1955

              Fonds consists of the Blackfoot winter counts compiled by Lone Chief, White-Haired Chief, Many Guns Sr. and Mathew Many Guns, and translations of some sections of the winter count. The translation work was done in 1965 by Dave Melting Tallow of the Provincial Museum of Alberta.

              Tom Many Guns family
              PR4005 · Collection · 1977

              This collection includes 53 colour transparencies and 5 colour prints depicting the arrival of Prince Charles and the commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7. This ceremony took place from July 7-9, 1977 on the Blackfoot Reserve at Cluny, Alberta. The transparencies depict various dignitaries, politicians, and First Nation Chiefs.

              The images depict then Prince Charles’ arrival at the Calgary, Alberta Airport, other dignitaries and the ceremonies themselves, as well as the crowd and the re-enactments. These slides photos are largely labeled with the names of those present and the dates of the events.

              This collection also includes an invitation to the Treaty 7 Commemoration Ceremony printed by the Government of Alberta (titled “A Century of Trust”) and two copies of a folding invitation to the ceremony printed by the Blackfoot Confederacy. In addition, there is an envelope with a ticket to the ceremony and two different commemoration programmes.

              Halligan-Baker, Patricia
              PR3938 · Collection · [ca. 1910]

              The collection consists of photographs of a Siksika medicine lodge, ranching, the laying of the cornerstone of the Alberta Legislature, the hospital of Grande Prairie, bison in Banff National Park, Vegreville school, and other sites in Alberta.

              Unknown donor