Blackfoot


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a member of a warlike group of Algonquians living in the northwestern plains

any of the Algonquian languages spoken by the Blackfoot

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But with the police came new rules for the Blackfoot, and Crowfoot told his warriors they could no longer raid enemy camps for horses.
The Big Blackfoot Chapter of Trout Unlimited was formed in 1989 by concerned private landowners and recreationists, and has since been joined by the Service (Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program) and the Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Department.
Blackfoot may have moved their camps near certain pisskan in the early spring and then fired the surrounding prairies so that bison would be drawn to the fresh growth of grass.
Several epidemiologic studies have reported that arsenic-contaminated drinking water causes various types of cardiovascular disease such as blackfoot disease, atherosclerosis, cerebrovascular disorders, and hypertension (Chen et al.
In 1989, private landowners, recreationists and others concerned about the future of the Blackfoot River teamed up to form the Big Blackfoot Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
It was rest time for the group, and Blackfoot ambled slowly while Pudge plopped down to nap.
For Norman Maclean, Montana's Big Blackfoot River was a pristine and spiritual place where any faithful fly fisherman could enjoy a near-religious experience, partaking in the best that nature had to offer.
President Michael Ming-Chiao Lai said, "It's particularly interesting for National Cheng Kung University to host this international symposium, because arsenic (As), the origin cause for Blackfoot Disease, was first discovered in this region.
The University of Calgary is inviting volunteers to participate in an archaeological dig at Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park from May 20 to June 23.
On the 5th July, 1932, treaty was paid to the Blackfoot band in the Sun Dance Camp.
9 on your calendar for the fifth annual Chicken Dance Championship and Blackfoot Fest at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park at Siksika First Nation.
Contributors from environmental and health sciences in Taiwan examine arseniasis in the world; blackfoot disease mortality trends in endemic areas of Taiwan; skin lesions; arsenic and urthelial carcinoma; arsenic exposure and lung cancer; blackfoot disease and microcirculation abnormality; and arsenic-induced carotid atherosclerosis, ventricular repolarization abnormalities, and ischemic heart disease.
In a previous article [Green 2004], the author discussed a range of highly decorated regalia made for use in annual parades, dances and other ceremonial occasions by Northern Plains tribes such as the Blackfoot, Stoney (Northern Assiniboine), Sarcee (Sarsi) and Plains Cree.
CHAMPION breeder Ian Greaves had two runners at Nottingham's gala meeting and both won, Swift Blackfoot landing the Betfred Select Stayers' Stakes and Hondo The Kid the pounds 500 maiden 730m final.
It was in the early 1900s, growing up in the still-wild Montana foothills that the young Hubbard was befriended by a Blackfoot Medicine Man named "Old Tom," beginning a relationship that has continued to grow for almost a century and has led to the tribe's formal recognition.