1846—Born at the mouth of the Judith River.
1869—Father murdered by a group of Blackfeet men.
1875—Takes a teaching position in Helena.
1884—Elected Superintendent of Schools for Lewis and Clark County.
1889—Leaves Montana to work for the Indian Bureau as an allotment agent.
1909—With her brother, Horace, is granted tribal membership and allotments.
1923—Dies at East Glacier Park Village, Montana.
From the newspapers
- Particular of the Murder of Malcolm Clarke, The New North-west, August 27, 1869, p. 2.
- City and County, The Bozeman Weekly Chronicle, September 10, 1884, p. 3.
- Sunbeams, Sun River Sun, October 30, 1884, p. 2.
- Amateur Theatricals, The Semi-weekly Miner, December 5, 1885, p. 4.
- A Child of the Howling West, The Bozeman Weekly Chronicle, June 30, 1886, p. 4.
- Official Count, Butte Semi-weekly Miner, November 13, 1886, p. 2.
- City and State, The River Press, October 21, 1905, p. 5.
- City and State, The River Press, October 28, 1903, p. 6.
- Local Notes, The Whitefish Pilot, April 27, 1911, p. 5.
- Another Move Made to Open Blackfeet Reservation, Cut Bank Pioneer Press, November 19, 1915, p. 1.
- Showings of Copper Ore Found in Swift Current Creek in 1894 Resulted in Purchase of Land Which Later Became Glacier Park, Great Falls Tribune, June 5, 1921, p. 12.