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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 early morning hours the agency staff left for the camp, when on this day every man, woman and child was to receive the treaty money of $5 each as part of the covenant made with the Blackfoot Indian tribes 55 years ago on the famous Blackfoot Crossing near Cluny.
Societies and dance associations of the Blackfoot Indians, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, No.
One of my favourite tales of the deceased was that of madhouse American voodoo hollerer Screamin' Jay Hawkins, who, as well as being raised by Blackfoot Indians, living in a forest, recording songs called Armpit No.6 and Constipation Blues, performing on stage with a human skull called Henry and getting locked in a coffin, also found time to be middleweight boxing champion of Alaska.
Lewis's group's skirmish with Blackfoot Indians was the only fighting the expedition did on the entire journey.
This slim book, colorful with photographs, grew out of an exhibit about the Blackfoot Indians at the Glenbow Museum at Calgary, Alberta.
Two or three times a year, the Upper Kootenay would travel through the mountain passes often in dangerous situations (due to neighboring enemies, such as the Blackfoot Indians) to hunt for buffalo, which was once one of the staple foods of the Ktunaxa Nation people.
(194) The Canadian Blackfoot Indians. Scalp Lock Singers (Blackfoot).
Both are relevant to Alberta, particularly the Grafe volume which is devoted entirely to the Blackfoot Indians. Walter McClintock was a surveyor who went to Montana in 1896 and over the next few years photographed hundreds of Indians from all tribes in the Blackfoot nation.