Item iw-glen-716 - Blackfoot Indian Legends 1954

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Blackfoot Indian Legends 1954

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GLEN glen-1789-iw-glen-716

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  • 1954 (Creation)
    Stimson, Adrian

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1 folder (19 p.)

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Stimson, Adrian

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Brass, Evelyn

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Bear Chief, Clement

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Black Horse, Urbie

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Black, Elsie

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Bear Chief, Donna Jean

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Turning Robe, Connie

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White Elk, Veronica

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Smith, Ferris

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  • The material is in English.

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Consists of Blackfoot legends written by grade 7 and 8 students at Old Sun Residential School on the Blackfoot (Siksika) reserve in southern Alberta. The stories are: The Man who Took a Wolf Eye by Adrian Stimson; The Seven Dippers by Evelyn Brass; Left Behind by Clement Bear Chief; A Pinto Pony by Urbie Black Horse; The Woman who Married a Buffalo by Elsie Black; The Frog who Rewarded the Man by Donna Jean Bear Chief; The Farmer whose Son was a Frog and Later a Man by Connie Turning Robe; The Beginning of the Sun Dance by Veronica White Elk; The Good and Bad Boys (unsigned); and The Woman who tried to Kill her Children by Ferris Smith.

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