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AMS (magicmorningstar@hotmail.com)
Date:Wed 16 Jul 2008 02:52:00 PM EDT
Subject:Tom Last Star
 I am seeking information about Tom Last Star. He was a rancher in Heart Butte and died April 18, 1975. Thanks, AMS

Felisha (karmelbaby07@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 15 Jul 2008 02:31:52 AM EDT
Subject:Searching for family info
 My granmother passed so I know very little information about my background. I was told that my great-great granmother was full blood Blackfoot. The only information that I know is that her last name was Kawaka (I'm not sure if this is the correct spelling) I wanted to know if anyone knew any information about this last name?

Donna (DonnaB223@msn.com )
Date:Sat 12 Jul 2008 11:42:48 PM EDT
Subject:Who was my GrandFather? I KNOW he was Blackfeet...
  My Story is very long, but I know I must condense it. My Grandmother & who I thought was my Grandfather~ came from England & ended up in Butte, Montana. My Father was obviously part NDN, & my Grandfather not being my actual Grandfather, raised my Dad. But my Dad never ONCE while I was grownig up call him "Dad" or "Father". My Dads name was "Harvey Stone", born Nov. 1st, 1906 in Butte, Mt. He was born with only one ear. I think the 'so called "Family" left while my Father was still very young, in those days it was OK to drive w/out a Drivers lic. & My Dad did most of the driving, as he started when he was only 9. He worked on cars his whole life, plus did alot of model car racing... OH! He must of been a bit older before moving to San Francisco, CA. as he told me he was a "rum runner" from Montana to Canada. Any one know or recall him? I would be soooo appreciative... Thanx in advance for reading! ~Donna~

c.r.guin (bluebonnie@embarqmail.com)
Date:Fri 11 Jul 2008 07:00:52 PM EDT
 i am looking for information on my grandmother.she was full bloodie blackfoot.she was married to abe guin around 1920's.i don't know her name because my father passed away before i could find out.they lived in nc area. if anyone can help me i really would like to hear from you,and i really need help to find this out because i know this sounds odd but i feel like a lost spirit.the only time i feel like a man is when i'm out in nature on my horse. if you can help me get started i will always be in your debt.

Dorothy Francis (dfrancis0814@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 04 Jul 2008 07:12:36 PM EDT
Subject:The namae of the tribe was MICMAC
 I found in-- ancestry.com-- that a Micmac Indian woman( no namae listed for her)from the Micmac Nation in Arcadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, was married to Pierre Lejunne. He was born in 1595 I am wondering if they are part of the Blackfeet Nation. If you find that I am related to them, I need to speak to an ICWA representative. This is what my son was told by his Connecticut attorney for a child custody case that will be on going. Any information that you may be able to give us, and my ancestry will be appreciated. Thank You, Dorothy Francis

Michale Edwards (emichale@sbcglobal.net)
Date:Thu 26 Jun 2008 08:13:12 PM EDT
Subject:web site
 Your web site is very useful. Thanks for taking the time to make this information public and available to others. I am currently trying to help a cousin (by marriage) to find her blackfoot ancestory. It is great when others like yourself take the time and effort to put this information in a format others can access. Sincerely, Michale Edwards

Dorothy Francis (dfrancis0814@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 24 Jun 2008 06:20:05 PM EDT
Subject:I am searching my family history.
 Many years ago my father told me that we had a Blackfoot relative from Canada. I have gone back in the Francis family and there are a lot of Canadians listed. There is also one site that I will later have to connect to the world information to get more on his side. I am only two weeks into the Francis family and I will be trying to get as much information so that I can come back to you with some names and dates. So far I have gone back to 1602. Thank You,

Mary Jane Root (mjroot@bellsouth.net)
Date:Fri 20 Jun 2008 07:56:27 PM EDT
Subject:Sitting Crow
 I am doing research for a friend and she knows she is related to "Sitting Crow' , who was a second chief in Browning, Montana. I googled and your site came up. There is nothing listed for Sitting Crow that I saw. I enjyed your site and yes, you should continue what you are doing. It is a great service to others. As they say, "Pay it Forward". God Bless, MJ

Sandy Miller-Runion (duckyfeathers01@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 10 Jun 2008 01:37:04 AM EDT
Subject:Hello Everyone
 Hello, my great grandmother's name was Mary Spearer. She was a full blooded Blackfoot Indian and was from the Lee County(Pentington Gap)area of Virginia. She married Andrew Jackson Harliss, and he was Cherokee. One of their daughters, Belvie Adeline Harliss-Caudill was my grandmother. Sadly, she died when I was a year old, and I never got to know her. I'm interested in learning more about my heritage and hearing from anyone who knows anything of my family tree and history.

shannon clements (shnwldch@aol.com)
Date:Wed 04 Jun 2008 09:22:58 PM EDT
Subject:great-grandfather blackfoot indian
 ok his last name is spelled either--mcclatchy or macclatchy. i am not sure how to spell his last name. dont know his first name. he married elsie dewolfe not sure if her name has an e at the end or not. if you could please email me back with anything you find out that would be great. thank you very much shannon clements

Rick Blue (rick blue @ royalriver.com)
Date:Mon 02 Jun 2008 05:57:02 PM EDT
 I'm searching for a good friend of mine who I've lost contact with throughout the years. We attended Boxelder Jobcorps. at Rapid City S.D. I know her "rez" was in Browning MT. Her name is Deanne Old Person and I'd really like to touch basis again with a homegirl from like 1998-1999. It's been awhile I know,but if any of her relatives read this or any person who is aqainted with the Old Person family reads this it would be greatly appreciated if you could relay this message to her. I am an enrolled member with Isanti Dakota (Flandreau Santee Sioux) and I wanted to catch up with her if possible? Pidomiya yedo Rick Blue Sr.

Rick Blue (rick blue @ royalriver.com)
Date:Mon 02 Jun 2008 05:53:18 PM EDT
 I'm searching for a good friend of mine who I've lost contact with throughout the years. We attended Boxelder Jobcorps. at Rapid City S.D. I know her "rez" was in Browning MT. Her name is Deanne Old Person and I'd really like to touch basis again with a homegirl from like 1998-1999. It's been awhile I know,but if any of her relatives read this or any person who is aqaunted with the Old Person family reads this it would be greatly appreciated if you could relay this message to her. I am an enrolled member with Isanti Dakota (Flandreau Santee Sioux) and I wanted to catch up with her if possible? Pidomiya yedo Rick Blue Sr.

Ingeborg Crim (icwalls@comcast.net)
Date:Mon 02 Jun 2008 02:55:32 PM EDT
Subject:adoptee researching geneology
 I am a 45 year old woman and adopted at 14 months of age. My name was changed by my adopted parents to Ingeborg Walls. My married surname is Crim. My biological parents named me Christiann Marie; my biological father is Thomas Gregg and my biological mother is Pamela Marie Welling. About 10 years ago I located both biological parents who are from and continue to reside in Cleves Ohio. They are still married to one another. My biological Father, Thomas Gregg, tells me that he is 1/2 Blackfoot Native American. I noted that Gregg is found on your surname search. Can you tell me more? Sincerely, Ingeborg Crim

Herne Webber (InjunSun@aol.com)
Date:Fri 23 May 2008 01:27:10 AM EDT
 Hi distant relations, I have been searching for the link between my great-grandmother's father, Steve Anderson, and his Blackfoot mother (his father was said to have been a Swede), for all of my adult life. Complicating things, my great-grandmother's mother was half Cherokee, but as her parents both lived off of the reservations, there is no record of them. My great-grandmother, Arrena ("Irene") Anderson (married an Allen), who had ice blue eyes, was warned by her father to pass for white, unless she wanted to be treated very badly, so she did so. Her Blackfoot grandmother lived on a reservation in Nebraska after her husband died. But my Granny, she did not keep her secret from her family, so I grew up understanding U.S. colonial history differently for knowing her. If anyone has information on my 2-greats grandfather, Steve Anderson, who had at least one brother, David (whose picture I once saw), please contact me. I am not looking to gain anything from the people except a connection, and a correction of the wrongs done to Native people. There are a LOT of us out here with only a few drops of Native blood, but it does alter our awareness of who we are as people, and as relations to each other. I value the culture I have learned from the outside, from a distance, and would welcome knowing real, living Blackfeet, my distant kin. May the people be blessed with good health and proper land for ever. Herne Webber, Priest of Heathen-Native Wicca Knoxville, TN

CJ Carter (@CJCarterr@aol.com)
Date:Sun 18 May 2008 08:49:40 PM EDT
Subject:Looking for some info
 Hi...I was looking for some info on some relatives of mine. My great great grandfather was Duncan.Duncan, and he married G. Duncan who had my grandmother Dorothy Duncan.....but I don't know any of these people. My fathers name was Billy Duncan and I was told he left the reservation as a small child. For what reason I am not sure? My mother and father was never married, and I only met him a few times before he passed in 1995. I was raised in the South East my whole life, and while in college was told of my fathers heritage. I would like to know a little more.....any ideas where to start? Thanks, C.J. Carter

Tammy Lage (sltl06@att.net)
Date:Sat 17 May 2008 01:09:14 PM EDT
Subject:RE: Researching my Blackfoot Indian heritage
 I have Blackfoot Indian blood on both sides of my parents. My dad's great-grandmother was full blooded Blackfoot Indian and my mom's great-grandmother was also full blooded Blackfoot Indian and her grandmother on her mom's side was half Blackfoot Indian. How do I go about getting the documentation of my Blackfoot Indian ancestory? Please let me know if you have any ideas. Thanks.

Jamie Makes Cold Weather (nightshadelilly@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 12 May 2008 08:39:58 PM EDT
Subject:a lost history
 I want to thank you for keeping our hope alive. I am looking for a little history on the Makes Cold Weather Family, I know My grandfather(Everett "Cowboy" Makes Cold WEather) was blessed with many many children, my father's mother was Olive Boushie(not sure on the spelling)Also, I am on the register but my children are not can you tell me where to start?

clayton ford (@cford@nau.edu)
Date:Sat 29 Mar 2008 07:16:02 PM EDT
 I am part blackfeet indian, i was looking for records of my ancestors. I hope to make a road trip to Montana in the not to distant future.605-863-8410 is my phone number if you have information about any of Henry Fords decendants.

Phyllis Pryor (phyllis_crews@att.net)
Date:Mon 17 Mar 2008 02:36:06 AM EDT
 Hello, I know you must get this from alot of people, but I am seeking my ancestrial line. I want to go back to school for nursing and am on welfare. I know that you have a scholarship Fund. I am also doing this for myself. I don't have the money to pay for a DNA test at the present time as I have mentioned that I am on welfare. My grandfather's nam was Dallas Keith and he was born in Alabama. He died in 1977, in Washington County in Donora, Pennsylvania. I don't know his parents name. I would appreciate any help you can give me. I am also considered Black. Sincerely, Phyllis Pryor

Sandra (cactusflower416@gmail.com)
Date:Sat 01 Mar 2008 10:04:28 AM EST
Subject:searching for info about my maternal great-grandmother
 Hello. My great-grandmother was a member of the Blackfoot people, and married a French Canadian fur trapper named Bartlett. This would have been in the early 1900s. They traveled across the western states and settled in Texas. I do not know anything about her, but would love to learn anything I could. My mother, Virginia Bartlett Brown, had tribal rights, but she never availed herself of the honor. Any assistance you could give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Sandra

Vivian Sessoms (vsessoms@bellsouth.net)
Date:Fri 29 Feb 2008 08:51:08 PM EST
Subject:Family research.
 After twenty years of research, we have compiled a very impressive family geneology from records/documents gathered all around the United States. Our documents show that our family lived with the Ojibwe nation, traveling between the United States and Canada, and when Minnesota became a state, ending up primary in Minnesota, Michigan and Canada. My mother, who was on the rolls of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe at Grand Portage, insisted that the name of her "Band" was Blackfeet from Canada. Our mother died in 1972, and with her all of the informationr regarding the Blackfeet and her life's journey as an Ojibwe. Her father was the legendary John Beargrease, the man who delivered mail for more that 20 years up and down the North Shore in Minnesota (from Grand Marias to Duluth) He is the same John Beargrease whose honor the annual Beargrease Sled Race is held every year in Minnesota. His daughter, Constance Beargrease, was my mother's mother. Constance died quite young from influenza. She married John Lemieux, who we think might have been from the Blackfoot tribe. We only have his English name. Anyone who might have any information regarding this John Lemieux, we would appreciate hearing from you. Thanks!

Christina Cheatley-Smith (calfredb@verizon.net)
Date:Thu 14 Feb 2008 03:26:41 PM EST
Subject:I am Blackfoot, but I was adopted in 1980. Can you help me and my daughter register. ?
 Hello. I am interested in registering withmy tribe. I was adopted in 1980 by a mexican family. They are very nice Christian people. I have been their daughter since 1980. But my adoption records showed I am 70% Native american and my tribe is Blackfoot. My mother was one of 14 children and she was not well mentally. I knew my Birth mother till I was 4 and then she let go of her parental rights. Can someone contact me ? I was adopted through the City of Los Angeles Department of Children's Services. Many thanks in advance for contacting me! My home phone number is the best way to reach me 909-923-7311. Thanks Christina Cheatley-Smith 5769 Territory Lane Corona, Ca 92880

jason wabaunsee (jasonwabaunsee@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 08 Feb 2008 02:15:52 PM EST
 I am 32 years old I was given up for adoption when I was a baby by a 16 year old blackfeet girl.She gave birth to me in seattle in 1975. I guess she had family there. I know her name is Debora G. Her last name I dont know.I really dont know anything else or if this web site can point me in a direction that can help.If you can help me with anything I would appriciate it .I am just starting my search for her and this is my first stop. thank you, jason wabaunsee

Paul Benson (fungietc@alaska.net)
Date:Wed 30 Jan 2008 07:15:50 PM EST
Subject:Little Singing Woman
 I recently learned that a member of your nation passed away. She was born in 1959, her mother died or gave he into adoption along with her younger sister. They were adopted into The family of a Rev. James Bell. I am not certain as to the cause or time of death yet it would be a shame if her name were lost forever. I knew her as Shirley Bell, she said her given name was Little Singing Woman. You need not reply to me if it would violate any standards of privacy I simply ask that you seek a way to add her spirit to your consiousness in whatever way you see fit.

Richard james Wright (rjw@goldenwest.net)
Date:Mon 21 Jan 2008 03:32:46 PM EST
Subject:looking for anwsers!
 Iam trying to found out info on my Grandmothers side of the family . Her name was Jacquline La breche and i was always told we are Blackfeet indian . Her last name now is wright . My dad gets checks from the tribe around christmas time and on his birthday i do not have his registration # right now but i plan on getting it his name is Edward james Wright. I would just like to know anything on my familys past or if there is any one that we mite be related to still around that area. I was also told by my dad that he had a anut by the name of Vina Wheeler that is now dead but lived around the cut bank area , but i could not find any info on her . If any one out there knows any thing about these people please let me know . thanks R.J.

Virgil Hoftiezer (vhoft2@verizon.net)
Date:Fri 18 Jan 2008 05:39:24 PM EST
Subject:VIELLE Family
 Glad to see this website. I have done a great deal of research on the VIELLE Family because Thomas VIELLE married my distant relative Josephine HARDWICK (both were half Blackfeet). Am interested in exchanging information with others interested in this family (Thomas had two half brothers who also left many descendants).

Date:Mon 14 Jan 2008 05:36:51 PM EST

Tsasuyed (tsasuyed@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 08 Jan 2008 10:27:23 PM EST
Subject:Walter(s), Charley Ramsey
 He also went by Charles and TN census lists him as Charley. He was born about 1867 (going by the census age/date) and he came from Alberta Canda and travelled to TN where he met & married married Dolly Dye, a mixed cherokee lady. After she passed away, he went back to Alberta, CA and lived there till he died of complications of diabetes in the 1840's. His daughter, Eula, told me that he was blackfoot. I have only recently begun to look at this and was amazed and delighted to find your site, even tho I didn't see great great grandpa Charles listed here. Thank you!

Danny little bear lamkin/Dell'antonia (Dannyblegal@aol.com)
Date:Mon 07 Jan 2008 09:45:33 PM EST
Subject:trying to locate grandfathers family.
 I was given the name of Little Bear who roars alot by my grandfather, his christian name was Joseph francis Lamkin, his Blackfeet name was Joseph little bear. he was born in 1885 and had a son and three daughters. My mother was Ethel fransis lamkin his youngest daughter. I am desperately trying to find my grandfathers people and their decendants. My mother was born in 1934 in okmulgee Okla., Please help me find out who my people are and how do I get intouch with them. Sincerely yours Danny Little Bear / lamkin/Dell'Antonia (1-805) 230-2909

Karin Baca (lakotawi73@aol.com)
Date:Sat 15 Dec 2007 12:55:12 AM EST
Subject:Isabella Vasquez
 My husbands family is searching for information about an Isabella Vasquez, who was Blackfoot, but moved with her new husband to Texas, near San Antonio. She would have left her people around 1900, a few years before or after. The man she married, his surname was Luna. If anyone knows any information, or knows of someone who might, please email me : Karin lakotawi73@aol.com My husbands maternal grandmother, who was the daughter of Isabella Vasquez, passed away today. We had been searching on her behalf, but have not had much luck. If anyone can help..please let us know! Thank you, and best wishes, Karin Eagle Baca

Julie (jul714@hotmail.com)
Date:Sat 08 Dec 2007 01:11:11 AM EST
Subject:Any info on the Livermore family?
 Hi. My great grandmother is Alma Livermore, daughter of Joseph and Minnie Livermore. Alma was born in 1903 on the reservation. I'm looking into our genealogy and am wondering if anyone has any information on the Livermore family. Any help would be great. Thanks!!

Stacey Calcut (calcutgirl@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 05 Dec 2007 10:46:44 PM EST
Subject:Upham/wagnor family
 My Grandma Edith Ash was a Blackfoot Indian born on the Blackfeet Reservation in Browning in 1920 I believe, to the Upham/Wagnor lineage. She was then adopted and raised as a Humphrey until she was married to John Vincent Ash and the story was written! Since then, I have been to my Grandmother's birth home with my Grandma, Mom and sister's. Grandma has since passed, but we are looking to get more information on the family for my Mom, Kay, her daughter, and for myself and my kids. This site is wonderful! Thank goodness for the Internet! To think when we first found out she was adopted and we went to Browning back in 86' there weren't even any real "home computers" and none of this type of reasearch was available like it is today, so fascinating! Thank you for the time and energy that has been put into the site! Warmest regards! A long lost relative, Stacey

Robin (rrry@comcast.net)
Date:Tue 04 Dec 2007 11:10:43 AM EST
 I really enjoy your site. Not long ago, I found out that I am 50% Blackfeet on the paternal side. I am trying to locate my Native American roots. My birthfather was born on 5/3/1914 in Pittsburgh, PA and died in March of 1982. His name was Robert Henry Youngblood and was 100% Blackfeet, so I was told. He was the son of Ernest Henry Youngblood who was born on 9/9/1889 in Morgan County, WV. The father of Ernest H. Youngblood was William Robert Youngblood born in January of 1855 in Paw Paw, WV. What I would like to know is if any of these Youngbloods were registered with the Blackfeet Nation and can you trace back further? Can you help me to find out? I would greatly appreciate any help or advice that you could give me. Thank you.

Larry Osborne (ltosbo@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 03 Dec 2007 11:04:08 PM EST
Subject:Geneology search and looking for info
 Hello, I know I'm 25% Blackfoot and I have my Greatgrandmothers name Rebecca Crisp and I know she came from somewhere in Michigan. I have a couple of pictures of here and some more names. I would like to try and get my native heritage back but I do not know where or how to begin. Do you have any information? Thanks Larry osborne

Terry Gilham (tgilham@northerntel.net)
Date:Mon 03 Dec 2007 02:44:03 PM EST
Subject:Assisting a man in establishing his connection to the blackfeet tribe
 Hi Robert: Greetings from Browning H.S. Library. I need your expertise on a genealogy matter. One of our patrons is trying to convince Blackfeet Enrollment to declare him a descendant. His name is Jack Brauhn. His grandmother was Cora Lillard. Cora Lillard's parents were William Lillard and Mary Good Shouting (or Mary Kipp or Good Crier. He has a lot of documentation but no birth certificate on Cora Lillard (born in Teton abt 1888). Can you tell me anything about the Good Shouting connection? I see the name listed in the Blackfeet Genealogy. Take care and I hope to hear from you. Would you mind if I called you to discuss it? Terry Gilham

Donnie Hall (@evilfuknkenevil@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 27 Nov 2007 08:22:22 PM EST
 I am searching for my family and our history as native americans and would appreciate any help from anyone with insight on a track to help find out about my ancestors. I know for a fact my grandparents were full blooded natives as was my father when he knew my mother. I am looking to fill the void within with knowledge of my true family that has been kept from me for most all my life of 38 years. Thank you for any help!

Billy Jo Youngblood (blackfootstorm@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 26 Nov 2007 10:43:50 AM EST
Subject:Trying to find info.
 Hello, I am trying to find info. On my father's family his name is William L. Youngblood (crazy Horse).I did not know him very well but, i do know he was full blooded Blackfoot. He had 15 children. He passed away in 1999.If you now any thing please help.

brian r. murphy (bmurphy@ouhsd.k12.ca.us)
Date:Tue 20 Nov 2007 12:49:50 PM EST
Subject:searching for Ernest Rawley and wondering is he member of Blackfoot Nation
 My wife, Mary Gaffney, thinks her Grandfather, Ernest Rawley, was a full blooded Blackfoot. If so how do I confirm this? And if so are Mary and our 2 boys eligible for tribal status? Sincerely yours, Brian R. Murphy

Candy Wicks (candymjacobson@yahoo.com)
Date:Sun 18 Nov 2007 03:18:58 PM EST
Subject:researching Blackfeet roots
 My husband's family is part Blackfoot... I know we can never find our line.. Just know date of his great grandma's birth, who the father was ( last name only) and that she was in the upper part of MT. probably the reservation.. Do know she had alot of children ..maybe 13.. it was too much for her.. So her daughter went to live with another family..Relative to the father of the child born. Just had to mention..Love the names of the Native American's on your site. Oh do I wish we had known his grandma's mother's true name. We have a photo of Harriet or Hattie her daughter about 19 and then older. Very beauitful women.. Good luck on this genealogy research... Candy Wicks Thank you

Kiki Makes cold weather (kikimcw@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 14 Nov 2007 07:37:36 PM EST
Subject:just trying to get connected to family.
 my name is kiki, my father was Fredrick wayne makes cold weather. just want family to have access to E-mail info. if friends or family would like to chat, feel free to contact me.

Kiki Makes cold weather (kikimcw@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 14 Nov 2007 07:37:30 PM EST
Subject:just trying to get connected to family.
 my name is kiki, my father was Fredrick wayne makes cold weather. just want family to have access to E-mail info. if friends or family would like to chat, feel free to contact me.

Anne Zeigler-Palmer (usyankeerose@gmail.com)
Date:Mon 12 Nov 2007 07:28:52 PM EST
Subject:Family Search
 Found a last name; will research further. Thank you so much for this opportunity.

Dave Zdrojewski (whtbufalo2000@yahoo.com)
Date:Sun 11 Nov 2007 11:55:55 AM EST
Subject:Gaining a knowledge of the Native American Spirituality
 I am so thankful for sites like this on Native American tribes, rituals, ceremonies, etc. Several years ago, a friend of mine was married according to Blackfoot tradition with a Blackfoot shaman officiating. The bride's sister also officiated but in a lesser capacity. I was so awed by the ceremony, i started to seek a new "religion". Now I believe in the Native American spirituality and have found peace with Wakan Tanka. I keep gaining insights into the forces of nature and everything around me. I thank the Native American peoples I have encountered and keep learning from them and you who have put websites like this together for me and others like me to constantly learn and grow. I THANK YOU!!!

Joseph Farthing (@atkinsonlucretia@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 07 Nov 2007 04:10:53 PM EST
Subject:Want to know if my family is a part of the blackoot tribe.
 Just found out that I may be apart of your tribe. Wanted to know more about my family history. My greatgrandfather's name is Garney Farthing. So if we're apart of your tribe will you please let me know or help me into the right direction. Thank you very much look forward to talking to you.

Linda Cordell - Smart (codellsma@aol.com)
Date:Wed 07 Nov 2007 03:26:31 PM EST
Subject:Just Hello
 Hello, I use to live in Browning back in 1991. I was only 17 and from Atlanta. But I was more home there than I ever knew possible. Buster Yellow Kidney became my adopted grandfather. It is quite funny when I look back now at 34. You see I knew no one there. I just had an incredible pull to be there. Like I said I was home. I miss Buster so much. I miss his stories too. Thats why I am here visiting today. I wanted to look up old man Yellow Kidney (his grandfather) who raised him. Good luck with the site and thank you. Linda

shane holden (kinghellspawn@hotmail.com)
Date:Mon 05 Nov 2007 04:40:51 PM EST
 i don't really have a comment persay im just leaving a massage. im currantly undergoing a study into my own background. looking for information on my haritage. my grandmothers last name was cutcut and believed to be of blackfeet decendent ne info you could send to me would be gratly apreciated thank you for your time ttfn. sincerely shane holden

K. Clarkson (tweenki48@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 02 Nov 2007 11:45:43 PM EDT
 HELLO Sir: I am trying to confirm some oral family history with very little information. According to my grandfather who is now deceased, his mother was a Blackfeet Indian. I have a very old photo of her, from the shoulders up,but she is not in Native American dress. Our family, although legally classified as African American, all have very distinctive Indian features. I'm just trying to acknowledge ALL the different aspects of my ancestry and feel very honored to have found this site. Even if I'm never able to track down my great-grandmother's original family, I want to pay homage to my Native American ancestors. Thank you and keep up the good work!!!!

dennis anderson (reddeeroak@hotmail.com)
Date:Fri 02 Nov 2007 09:09:08 PM EDT
Subject: chief james white calf
  can you help me with the following info? when did james white calf, subject of the book "piegan" by richard lancaster, die? and is his son jim white calf, jr. still living? thanks! dennis.

rocky (rockyandkimm@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 30 Oct 2007 01:46:50 AM EDT
Subject:just thank you
 trying to find my history and want to say thanks for keeping me in touch with my history

Pamela Graham DeRensis (pam.derensis@ncmail.net)
Date:Mon 29 Oct 2007 04:28:04 PM EDT
Subject:Graham surname
 I know that this is longshot, but I have heard family stories about a "John Graham" being a Blackfeet/Blackfoot Indian from Canada that later moved to North Carolina with several stops along the way. One in Virginia, Carboro, NC, Bladen County, NC and then onto Robeson County, NC where he settled and raised a family. It is also believed that he was a scout for General Sherman. John Graham would have been born around 1832, he died in robeson County in 1914. I can find no other information on him and would appreciate any information that you might have or where I could possibly look.

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