Cante Peta,Blackfeet In 1915 A.B. Welch interviewed chief Fire Heart on 9/9/1915. he said that he was the fifth man of that name; that his fifth grandfather was first got the seed of the corn from a spirit woman,( Woman in White)that he p[lanted it by the waterside and that the frist people who took care of the corn werte called Minniconjou and lived at that time between the Platte River and the Black Hills. Fire Heart signed the Treaty of 1825 at Hidden Creek together with nine others from the Fire Heart Band, on July 12, 1825. General Atlinson signed on behalf of the Government. One of the Fire Hearts was in the Arikara Wars of 1823. Fire Heart signed the Fort laramie Treaty of 1868. Chief Fire Heart had 25 lodges under him and 175 people in his group in 1871.In the 1885 Standing Rock Ration List he had 15 lodges under him. Wanbli Wicasa (Eagle Man); Takape Win (Foremost Woman); Cehupa (Jaw); Hinhan Ska (White Owl); Awankasotopi (Used Up His Arrows); Wanbli Ska (White Eagle); Tasunke Wastewin (Her Good Horses); Unkcekira Wanbli (Magpie Eagle); Tatanka Ska (White Bull) Opanning Nonpa (Two Hundred); Tatanka (Bull); Mato Wanoyaspe (Bear Catching); Heraka Wanbli (Stag Eagle) Cante Peta (Old Fire Heart); Cetan Waste (Pretty Hawk); He died at Fort Yates 10/27/1926.