National Affairs: Greater Son

Half a century and more ago Chief White Calf, leader of the Piegan and last head of the Blackfoot federation, made his name great. Sometimes he warred with the Crows and Gros Ventres. Generally he showed his wisdom by keeping on good terms with the Great White Father. When James Jerome Hill drove the tracks of his

Great Northern across Dakota and Montana, White Calf was helpful. He made the treaty by which Glacier National Park was later ceded to the U. S. When he died at Washington in 1904 his fame and honor were...

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