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Buffalo By Mike Snow, mikesnow.org

Christian Salvation of a Cree War Chief

By Matthew Monfore on April 12, 2021, photo by Mike Snow of mikesnow.org

Maskepetoon, meaning “Crooked Arm”, was a vicious War chief before he came to Christ. He was know for brutally torturing his captives. His name came from the shape of his arm: he had been hacked in battle, leaving the arm deformed.

The Cree nomadic tribe that Maskepetoon led, was visited by several missionaries. One was a Wesleyan Missionary. When the conjourers were called to explain the sight of the minister, they explained to people that he came down from heaven wrapped in paper (I assume they were referring to his skin color).

Eventually, a Rev. McDougall came. He would travel with the tribe as they moved, seeking out buffalo. One night he preached on the unjust trial and death of Jesus, as well as the fact that Jesus asked the Father to forgive his enemies.

Some time before this, the chief’s only son had been murdered on a horse herd-retrieval trip by a chief-appointed companion. The companion had tried to hide his deed by lying, but it was found out.

As the missionary traveled with Maskepetoon’s tribe, they came across the murderer who was with a different band. The missionary was asked by another native to fall back so as not to see the execution of the murderer, however, praying, the missionary rode closer to the chief.

The chief grabbed his tomahawk and came face to face with the murderer. With tremulous voice, the chief let the murderer know how he had broken his heart by killing his only son, but because the chief wanted to go to heaven, told the murderer that he forgave him; and as punishment, the murderer was banished from his sight. The chief then broke down in tears such as are scarcely imagined.

The chief and others gave up their warlike habits, and he lived a consistent Christian life. He was later killed trying to minister to the Blackfeet tribe.

From an account by Egerton Ryerson Young in Stories from Indian Wigwams and Northern Campfires, (Eureka, MT: Lighthouse Trails Publishing, 2010).
in Muddy Waters by Nanci Des Gerlaise (Eureka, MT: Lighthouse Trails Publishing, 2012).