Chief Garry (ca.1811-92). He was educated at an Anglican mission school, baptized on June 24, 1827. He could speak English and French. He became the Chief of his tribe after his father died. He spent a few years preaching his faith and teaching agriculture. He continued teaching into old age and advising his people until he allegedly gave into gambling and drinking. During his final years he spent much of his time living in his teepee on the Spokane River.