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Painting of the Treaty 7 Meeting

The Blackfoot Treaty (Treaty 7), 1877, Crowfoot speaking. Painting by A. Bruce Stapleton. Original owned by J. B. Cross. At left standing is Major Irvine; next to him in buckskin is interpreter Jean L'Heureux. Seated is Colonel Macleod and Lieutenant Governor Laird, in civilian dress. At right is Crowfoot, with interpreter beside him.

The Blackfoot Treaty (Treaty 7), 1877, Crowfoot speaking. Painting by A. Bruce Stapleton. Original owned by J. B. Cross. At left standing is Major Irvine; next to him in buckskin is interpreter Jean L'Heureux. Seated is Colonel Macleod and Lieutenant Governor Laird, in civilian dress. At right is Crowfoot, with interpreter beside him.

Photo courtesy of the Glenbow Archives.

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