Ernie Pepion (Blackfeet, b. 1943) MAN INFEST DYSENTERY 1992 mixed media 22" x 20" x 3" "When I was small, my grandfather told me that the Blackfeet used moss in the cradleboard. So you can see that 'disposable' diapers are not new. What is new is a 'disposable' diaper that doesn't readily return to nature. "
Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1953) ROSITA FISHED WITH A METAL ROD DURING ELECTRICAL STORMS BECAUSE GRANDMA TAUGHT HER THAT STRONG SPIRITUAL CONDUCT WAS ESSENTIAL TO PUEBLO LIVING 1994 clay, copper, wire, wood, silver 12" x 16" x 5"
Indians and a member of the NWMP S-28-199 Glass lantern slide, ca. 1880s Archdeacon J.W. Tims, the first Anglican missionary among the Blackfoot (Siksika) of Southern Alberta, and the founder of Old Sun Industrial School, kept an extensive collection of lantern slides such as this one, for educational and missionary purposes