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Image No: PA-3820-1-10 Title: Jim Shot-Both-Sides recently after being elected Chief of the Blood tribe, near Cardston, Alberta. Date: 1964 Remarks: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development photograph.

Image No: PA-2807-3403 Title: Indian Affairs Minister Jean Cretien with Chief Jim Shot Both Sides of Cardston, Alberta. Date: December 16, 1970 Remarks: Jim Shot Both Sides was elected chief of the Blood tribe in 1956 in the tribe's first democratically-run elections.

40 Photos from the 50th Annual Kainai Pow Wow and Celebration

The 50th Annual Kainai Pow Wow & Celebration was held the third weekend of July at Red Crow Park in Standoff, Alberta, Canada. The park is said to feature one ...

Image No: NB-3-12 Title: Airplanes flying over Chief Mountain, Alberta. Date: n.d. Photographer/Illustrator: Atterton, J. F., Cardston, Alberta.

Image No: PA-3482-8 Title: Main Street, Cardston, Alberta. Date: [ca.1920] Remarks: Showing automobiles and horse-drawn wagons.

Image No: PA-3689-407 Title: Spencer and Stoddard block, Cardston, Alberta. Date: [ca. 1910] Remarks: Postcard view.

Image No: NC-7-1307 Title: Mr. W. G. Martin, Hill Spring, Alberta. Date: 1949 Photographer/Illustrator: Atterton Studio, Cardston, Alberta

Image No: ND-27-38 Title: Stone house, Cardston, Alberta. Date: April 20, 1928 Photographer/Illustrator: Atterton Studios, Cardston, Alberta Remarks: Built by Henry Hoet between 1913 and 1929, called Cobblestone Manor.

Image No: NC-7-713 Title: Mayfair Theatre, Cardston, Alberta. Date: November 26, 1951 Photographer/Illustrator: Atterton Studio, Cardston, Alberta Remarks: Showing movie 'Cavalry Scout' starring Rod Cameron. Cars parked out front.