The fonds consists of a calendar of pictographs, recording significant annual events for the North Peigan Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy, from 1764 to 1910. The winter count was compiled ca. 1910 by Bull Plume (and annotated by Anglican missionary W.R. Haynes), and records battles and deaths, the arrival of diseases like smallpox and measles, the disappearance of the buffalo, the signing of Treaty 7, and the death of Queen Victoria. The volume also lists the leaders of the Blackfoot, and includes drawings of material culture items. The fonds also consists of one page of Blackfoot syllabics with English translation; an article about Bull Plume written by Moses B. Cotsworth (1939); photographs of the Arthur family, Fort Macleod, Alberta and region, and Peigan Indian Agency at Brocket. Includes the school and military records of Clive Arthur.