Item iw-glen-710 - Joe Little Chief's stories: Brother Bear [another version]

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Joe Little Chief's stories: Brother Bear [another version]

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GLEN glen-1469-iw-glen-710

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  • 1957 (Creation)
    Little Chief, Joe

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1 folder (9 p.)

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Little Chief, Joe

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Joe Little Chief was a Blackfoot (Siksika) from Cluny, Alberta. His Blackfoot name was Pe-ta-kis-kis-na-ma, meaning White Eagle. Although he had only a grade six education, he hoped to publish a record of Plains Indian life, and to this end put down on paper tales told by old people, accounts of ancient ceremonies, and stories of people, battles and events.

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  • The material is in English.

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  • General note: Consists of a transcript of a story recounted by Joe Little Chief of the Blackfoot (Siksika) reserve in southern Alberta.

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