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 4076 Richard Sanderville illustrated story of the prophecy of Moving Another Place
This is a four page typescript containing a story and illustrations regarding the prophecy of Moving Another Place, a Blackfoot prophet, and how it has been fulfilled.
MS 1937 The Culture-Relations and Status of the Kutenai and the Blackfeet
Most of the material concerns the Kutenai; very few Blackfoot comparisons are made. Many pages are nearly blank, listing only the topic which was to have been discussed.
MS 4078 Letters to M. W. Stirling
Stirling, Matthew Williams, 1896-1975
Both letters include ink sketches in the body of the letter; letter of June 26 includes ink sketches colored with crayons. Letters offer Stirling "The Blue Smoke of Friendship." The sketches are of a pipe and an ideograph for Chief Bull, Sanderville's Indian name.
MS 3276-a Anonymous Blackfoot drawing of an elk
Inscribed on verso "Drawing by an Indian Boy at Ross Fork, Blackfoot Indian Agency, Idaho."
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
MS 9 Blackfoot vocabulary
Approximately 169 words, with "Rules for pronunciation."
MS 14-b Vocabulary of "Sik-sik-kāä or Blackfoot" In Department of Interior Schedule
Recorded in the Comparative Vocabulary of the Department of the Interior, U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, J.W. Powell,in charge. Copy made from NAA MS 14-a.