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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In the case of Blackfoot, the federal money, along with local funds will cover a $2.
His beadwork is quintessential Blackfoot style; the designs are bold yet not elaborate consisting of large blocks of color patterns.
Blackfoot winter counts are not only records of important annual events but they also provide a rare look at the culture and lifestyle of a prairie nation at various times in its history.
In this book about the restoration of Blackfoot cultural confidence, the first two sections, by Robert Janes and Gerry Conaty, are largely dedicated to Conaty's legacy and the seemingly unmatchable achievements of the Glenbow Museum in repatriation and community relationships.
The Beaver Bundle is the oldest bundle in the Blackfoot traditional way of life and represents what existed pre-contact, says Fox.
3) One of the key changes in the early nineteenth-century was the rupture of the "northern coalition" that had earlier developed between Cree, Assiniboine, and Blackfoot to facilitate horse and European goods exchange.
The future health and prosperity of Montanans depend on access to high-quality, cost-effective education and technology," said Bill Squires, chief executive officer of Blackfoot.
That deal included also a minority stake in fibre transport and services business Syringa Networks LLC, Blackfoot said.
Blackfoot Telecommunications Group (NASDAQ: FRP) said has completed the purchase of Fremont Telcom Co.
BLACKFOOT REDEMPTION: A BLOOD INDIAN'S STORY OF MURDER, CONFINEMENT, AND IMPERFECT JUSTICE tells of a Canadian Blackfoot known as Spopee, who shot and killed a white man in 1879.
The quillworked moccasins shown here were made in the early 20th century by Jenny Duck Chief, a Blackfoot Indian from southern Alberta.
Blackfoot redemption; a Blood Indian's story of murder, confinement, and imperfect justice.
In the past few years, customers have told Blackfoot staff that there is a lack of adequate training in their communities on Internet-based services.
The tree had established their buffalo territory on the plains, and though there were still clashes with the Blackfoot Confederacy, a mutual need for less violence had Elders in both tribes advocating peace.