The traditional territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy spread from the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta, Canada to the Yellowstone River in southern Montana. The Rocky Mountains formed the western border and extended ... More »

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The diet of the Blackfoot Indians primarily consisted of bison meat, as well as a mixture of vegetables and berries. The Blackfoot Indians were a nomadic tribe that centered their diet and entire way of life around the b... More »

Blackfoot Indians played games, hunted, fished and did arts and crafts for fun. Storytelling was also important to this tribe, because it was a way to pass down folk tales and legends from generation to generation. More »

The original territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy was a wide swath of land reaching from Canada's North Saskatchewan River to the Missouri River in Montana. The Confederacy consisted of four tribal groups: the North an... More »

The Blackfoot Confederacy was a collection of four tribes noted for their skill in buffalo hunting. For the most part, they managed to avoid the Indian wars with both American and Canadian settlers, yet were in the midst... More »

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For a map showing both the extent of the original Blackfoot nation and the tribe's current reservations, users should visit www.bigorrin.org/blackfoot_kids.htm. The site provides a link under "Where do the Blackfeet Indi... More »

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Because of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost 13 percent of its land (which amounted to 25,000 square miles) and had to give back the territory it had gained during World War I. Poland, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and... More »