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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With an exceptional combination of culturally significant landforms, rock art, archaeological heritage, and dramatic views, Writing-on-Stone / snaipi (it is pictured/written) is a sacred place for the Blackfoot people.
Advanced Communications Technology (ACT) and Blackfoot Communications have announced a strategic partnership to expand their fiber network footprint, bringing high-speed, reliable connectivity to businesses of all sizes across the western United States, the company said.
Edward Chamberlin's grandfather and a white rancher and banker, and Crop Eared Wolf, a warrior and Blackfoot chief, is recalled in the warm historical account, The Banker and the Blackfoot.
In Napi, The Trickster, Dempsey describes the role of tricksters among the Blackfoot and compares it with similar tricksters all across the continent.
In 1841, Sir George Simpson (Governor-in-Chief of the Hudson's Bay Company) and his secretary Edward Hopkins visited Fort Edmonton during an extensive inspection tour, where they were presented with five Blackfoot hide shirts and pairs of leggings.
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 documentary brings together two travel companions, a Blackfoot Aboriginal named Cowboy and a Chinese-Canadian newcomer, Chris, who set out on a spiritual journey of discovery through Blackfoot territory.
Once again proving its commitment to the local community, the Blackfoot Telecommunications Group (Missoula, Mont.) announced in August 2014 a pledge of $500,000 to help fund construction of and provide cutting-edge technology to a new Missoula College campus.
Blackfoot Stories, a collection of eight stories told by Lena Russell, will be released.
12 February 2013 - US telecommunications solutions provider Blackfoot Telecommunications Group said it had finalised the acquisition of Fremont Telcom Company and Fretel Communications LLC from FairPoint Communications Inc (NASDAQ:FRP), as well as the takeover of Cutthroat Communications Inc.
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.
Blackfoot Telephone Cooperative's (Missoula, Mont.) employees love technology.