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Image No: M-9028-1

Title: "Can only be the Viet Nam [Vietnam] War or Kainai Indian Days."

Date: July 1968

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
Aliens on the moon see a noisy event on Earth. Published in the Kainai News, July 15, 1968, page 8.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Blood - Social life and customs

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Image No: M-9028-3

Title: "Equality? 'At last I and you is equal!'"

Date: August 1968

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A First Nations man addresses a man in a tuxedo and top hat. Published in the Kainai News, August 15, 1968, page 5.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Human rights

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Image No: M-9028-10

Title: "The way I see it, if every man get to be chief for awhile, we will all be rich in no time."

Date: September 1968

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A band member talks to the chief in his headdress and finery. Published in the Kainai News, September 15, 1968, page 3.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Blood - Councils / Blood - Economic conditions

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Image No: M-9028-19

Title: "Bet dat's a gimmeck by a new trading company."

Date: December 1968

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A First Nations couple by a tipi watch Santa Claus' sleigh fly off into the sky, after delivering presents to them. Published in the Kainai News, December 18, 1968, page 3.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Christmas / First Nations of Canada - Social life and customs

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Image No: M-9028-25

Title: "Where's your cattle from the Rotating Herd Program?" "They're rotating in my stomache."

Date: December 1968

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A bureaucrat with a briefcase talks to a First Nations man in an empty field about a cattle program. Published in the Kainai News, December 18, 1968, page 10.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / First Nations of Canada - Government relations

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Image No: M-9028-1737

Title: "Cowboys don't cry!""The Indian in me is!!!"

Date: [ca. 1968-1986]

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A First Nations boy riding a bull reflects on his cultural identity while a cowboy looks on.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / First Nations of Canada - Children / First Nations of Canada - Sports / Rodeos / Cowboys / Pluralism

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Image No: M-9028-1739

Title: "Is it too early to get a raise?"

Date: [ca. 1968-1986]

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
Two First Nations councillors discuss their salary.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / First Nations of Canada - Councils / First Nations of Canada - Economic conditions

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Image No: M-9028-1743

Title: "Dem Indians got nerve buying their land back!"

Date: [ca. 1968-1986]

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
Non-Native men watch a First Nations farmer driving a tractor across a field and at the oil derricks pumping in the background.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / First Nations of Canada - Agriculture / First Nations of Canada - Economic conditions / Agricultural machinery / Petroleum industry and trade - Oil well drilling / Derricks / Pluralism / Oil wells

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Image No: M-9028-1749

Title: "Why don't you run in the next Federal election.""Got a bigger ambition - I wantta be Chief!!"

Date: [ca. 1968-1986]

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
Two First Nations men sit on the fence.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / First Nations of Canada - Social life and customs / First Nations of Canada - Councils

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Image No: M-9028-1752

Title: "Honest, it was no wild party but a spiritual revival session."

Date: [ca. 1968-1986]

Photographer/Illustrator: Soop, Everett, Stand Off, Alberta

Remarks: Everett Soop was a political cartoonist and writer for the Kainai News newspaper on the Blood reserve.
A Mountie loads First Nations men into a paddy wagon.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / First Nations of Canada - Social life and customs / First Nations of Canada - Rites and ceremonies / First Nations of Canada - Crime / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Duties / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation

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