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Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886.   During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee.   Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of…

NA Indian -Chief Joseph, Blackfoot Man. This looks a staged photo. I wonder if it was taken in order to perpetuate a stereotype.

Edward Wolf Lies Down, Leo Bad Horse, Bird Far Away - Crow - No date - Photographer not known.

Edward Wolf Lies Down, Leo Bad Horse, Bird Far Away - Crow - No date - Photographer not known. Some of what patriarchal white culture lost in America with its genocidal policies.

Wolf - Crow Artist: Richard Throssel Artist Bio: American, 1882 - 1933 Creation Date: c. 1910 Process: gelatin silver print Credit Line: Gift of Graham and Susan Nash Accession Number:

Shoshone Chief Washakie. Born in Montana 1804, Died at Fort Washakie Wyoming 1900, lived a full and rich life as a warrior ,Peacemaker and Polotician, ended up as Chief of all The Shoshone.

Shoshone Chief Washakie Would have talked to him.to know his history. Very distinguished, proud.

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