MS 1996 Blackfoot Language: Piegan dialect
Kipp, Kennally Blackfoot
Kipp, Joseph, 1849-1913
23 Pages (8 1/2 in x 7 in)
Includes names of Blackfoot divisions, Piegan bands, cardinal numbers, words not yet verified, river names, names for other tribes, proper names, and miscellaneous vocabulary.
MS 3276-a Drawing of an elk by unknown Blackfoot artist
A drawing of an elk. Inscribed on reverse (by Mae W. Tucker, BAE) "Drawing by an Indian Boy at Ross Fork, Blackfoot Indian Agency, Idaho."
MS 4080 The religion of the Blackfeet Indians
Includes note of transmittal from Sanderville to M. W. Stirling. June 30, 1934. Gives general description of Blackfoot tribes; myth of sun, moon, morning star, and Napi (Trickster); and account of sun dance.
MS 2823 Piegan Blackfoot texts collected by Truman Michelson
Duvall, David C., 1877-1911
Henry No Bear
Stories in Piegan Blackfoot with English translations collected by Truman Michelson. The narratives are from dictaphone recordings by various Blackfoot speakers including Henry No Bear, Black Bear, Big Moon, Bear Medicine, and George Pablo. Michelson had David C. Duvall, another Blackfoot speaker, listen to the recordings. Most of the texts …
MS 4580 Story of "Little People"
Tall Antelope Cheyenne
Blood Lance, Piegan Blackfoot
Told by Tall Antelope, a Cheyenne, to Blood Lance, Piegan Blackfoot and heard from the latter by Charles P. Hubbard. Extract from Hubbard's diary.
MS 2813-a Piegan Blackfoot linguistic notes collected by Truman Michelson from Mabel Monroe
Handwritten notes on the Piegan Blackfoot language from Truman Michelson's work with Mabel Monroe, whose mother was Piegan. Includes lexical and grammatical notes, text (concerning Trickster) with free translation, and kinship terms.
MS 7499 Drawings by Antelope
The drawings include a view of tipis, a war dance; and mixtures of warriors and various animals.
MS 3349 Truman Michelson notes on Blackfoot words from C.C. Uhlenbeck publication
Uhlenbeck, C. C. (Christianus Cornelius), 1866-1951
Blackfoot vocabulary with probable Algonquian etymologies extracted by Truman Michelson from an unidentified publication by C.C. Uhlenbeck. The notes are handwritten by Michelson on note cards and include English translations.
MS 2992 Rough notes and calculations of measurements of Blackfoot crania in Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois
MS 4447 Memorandum on the proper use of the word 'Blackfootʹ or 'Blackfeetʹ as applied to the Siksika, Kainah and Pikuni, or Blackfoot, Blood and Piegan tribes
Lists terms used for "Blackfoot" from 1754-1935