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Judith Wilkie and Pierre Berger.
Courtesy of the Lewistown Public Library

U.Left:Justine Berger U.Right: Vitaline
L.Left:Clemence Gourneau L.Right:Isiah
courtesy Monica Monaghan
monicamonaghan@cyberus.ca

Clara Ruth Wells in her Wedding Dress
courtesy Monica Monaghan
monicamonaghan@cyberus.ca

U.Left: Marie Louise Berger U.Right: Justine Berger
L.Left: Marguerite Berger L.Right: Marie Celina Berger

James A. Wells "Tony" age 2, Clara Ruth Wells
Picture Taken 1904, Lewistown Mt.

Marie Louise Berger and Marguerite Wells

Dixie Anne Wells (My Mom) Age 2, Clemence Gourneau
Picture taken 1941, Lewistown Mt, at the Broadway St. Home

Marion Herbold (Berger), Clara Ruth Wells

James Anthony Wells "Tony", Marie Anne Wells
Picture Taken 1963, Great Falls Mt.

James Anthony Wells
Age 12, Picture taken by himself in 1914 in Lewistown Mt., name of puppy unknown.

Mose Latray Sr. and Suzanne Morin Latray
courtesy Brenda Snider
ronm1@gte.net

"Tony"
James Anthony Wells (age 12yrs old)
b.Oct 9, 1902 d. April 13, 1980
Picture taken 1914, Lewistown, MT
Brother to Clara Ruth Wells,Son of Marguerite and James Wells
My GrandFather

Betsy Keplin Berger
courtesy Michael Keplin
asiniikiisik@ndak.net

"Ayabewaywetung"
"Es 'Sence"
Chief Little Shell's grave at St. Anthony's cemetery
d. 1901
Israel "Mike" Lambert and Josette (Parisien) Page are in the foreground. The arrow represents where the Chief is buried.
courtesy Michael Keplin
asiniikiisik@ndak.net

"Ayabewaywetung"
"Es 'Sence"
Chief Little Shell
also known as "Little Clam"
Courtesy of the Pembina Council of 1892

"Man of Loyalty"
Joseph Dussome
b.Feb 26, 1880 - d.Nov 6, 1963
Courtesy of the Little Shell Tribe

"5 Generations of Berger's
U.Left:Mary Louise U.Center:Laura Alice U.Right: Georgetta
Courtesy Richard

Marguarite Berger Wells, James Wells, baby:Clara Ruth Wells, Age 1 Month

From Left to Right; James Turcotte, baby:Wanda Ray Lavendeur, James Anthony Wells, Harold Lavadeur, (back)"Fatty" Longevin, (front)George Lavadeur
Picture taken about 1940, Lewistown Mt.

Left to Right:Theodore Ouellette,oldest daughter Carrie (Carolyn), wife Sophia LaDouceur, behind her, Jenny, middle daughter, and behind Theodore is Sadie (Sara) the youngest (Age abt 15-16). Picture taken in Lewistown Mt.
Courtesy Lois Jeane LaRance

Marie LaFramboise born May 1846 (dau. of Louis LaFramboise and Marie Louise Martel).
Picture Taken 1800's early 1900's (bef. 1910).
Courtesy Vera Moore

Leonide Turcotte
Son of Joseph Turcotte and Sarah McMillan
B. April 21, 1875: St. Jean Manitoba
D. March 11, 1956: Kenora, Ontario
Courtesy Karen Carignan

Philomena Lafromboise Landry (Known as "Raspberry Woman") 4/4 Chip/Cree Born:April 7th, 1847 - Died:May 20th 1927 - Buried in Round Prairie, SK - Canada
Moise Landry (Known as "Apache") even though he was 4/4 Chip/Cree Born:Dec 28th, 1845 - Died:April 15th, 1926 - Buried in Round Prairie, SK - Canada
Courtesy Butch Landrie
More Landrie Family Tree and Pictures

Front: Louis Laverdure and Sara (Sadie) Ouellette, Back: Joseph and Madeline Kline. Picture taken in Lewistown Mt.
Courtesy Lois Jeane LaRance

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The Little Shell Tribe Newsletter is FREE to all Enrolled Tribal Members. It is published 12 months a year and is supported by particle funding by the Little Shell Tobacco Abuse Prevention Program. To place your name on the list for the newsletter, Click Here to get the Address/phone number to request your name and address be placed on the newsletter subscription list. The Contact is Toni Jo Atchison, Tobacco Abuse Prevention Specialist

Toni Jo Atchison, Little Shell Tobacco Abuse Prevention Specialist Announces Tribal Newsletter is FREE to Tribal Members

By the LittleShellTribe.com Webmaster:

Toni Jo Atchison, Little Shell Tribal Tobacco Abuse Prevention Specialist has announced that the Tribal newsletter is FREE to all Enrolled Tribal Members. Previously, a subscription of $10 was required for the newsletter and was published quartely. The subscription cost covered monies that funded the creation, mailing of the newsletter, along with helping with office expenses. Now, with funding provided in part under a contract with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, and the Little Shell Tobacco Abuse Prevention Program, the Newsletter will be published 12 months a year. To place your name on the List for the newsletter (if you do not currently receive it), contact Toni Jo at the main office or write a letter requesting your name to be placed on it. Tribal and Non-Tribal members are still welcome and are encourgaged to send donations to the Office to help with tribal expenses.

To view the Little Shell Tribal Tobacco Prevention Program, Click Here

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