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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The Palliser's Map shows the Neutral Hills as "Boundary Between Cree and Blackfoot Indians," Palliser Map and textual description in Irene Spry (ed.
Societies and dance associations of the Blackfoot Indians, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, No.
This slim book, colorful with photographs, grew out of an exhibit about the Blackfoot Indians at the Glenbow Museum at Calgary, Alberta.
He would read to me and my brothers stories of Blackfoot Indians and Montana frontiersmen.
Both are relevant to Alberta, particularly the Grafe volume which is devoted entirely to the Blackfoot Indians.
Her father allied with the local Blackfoot Indians, and would take animal pelts to be sold in St.
He was convinced as a result of his visits that the Blackfoot Indians were a remarkable people, excelling all Northern Plains tribes in physical beauty and historical legacy; also that the North-West Mounted Police, beyond their colourful demeanor and valorous record, represented a fundamental frontier martial order that especially resonated with Remington's political and social perspectives.
One of the most notable and gifted writers of fiction and semi-faction about the Blackfoot Indians was James Willard Schultz, who died in 1947.