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University of Calgary Press, 2004. — 256 p. "Blackfoot Ways of Knowing:The Worldview of the Siksikaitsitapi" is a journey into the heart and soul of Blackfoot culture. In sharing her personal story of "coming home" to reclaim her identity within that culture, Betty Bastien offers us a gateway into traditional Blackfoot ways of understanding and experiencing the world. As a scholar...
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University of Calgary Press, 2002. — 104 p. Today, two health structures exist on the Peigan reserve. One is based on Blackfoot culture, and the other is based on western European theories of health and healing. Although both methods are used on the reserve, the government only acknowledges the western approach. This book describes Blackfoot healing traditions, their spiritual...
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University of Nebraska Press, 1979. — 178 p. Charcoal's World was bounded by the mountains, hills, and plains of southwestern Alberta. That was the homeland of his people, the Blood Indians, but Charcoal was not free to enjoy it as his ancestors had. For millennia, they had lived each day in the company of spirits, and even with the coming of the white man that much did not...
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Heritage House, 2018. — 130 p. Napi, the Old Man of the Blackfoot Nation, appears prominently in mythology, sometimes as a quasi-Creator, sometimes a fool, and sometimes a brutal murderer. Although Napi is given credit for creating many of the objects and creatures on Earth, and indeed the Earth itself, the Blackfoot do not consider him to be god-like. Napi stories tell of this...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. — 299 p. The Vengeful Wife and Other Blackfoot Stories by historian Hugh A. Dempsey presents tales from the Blackfoot tribe of the plains of northern Montana and southern Alberta. Drawn from Dempsey’s fifty years of interviewing tribal elders and sifting through archives, the stories are about warfare, hunting, ceremonies, sexuality, the...
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University of Calgary Press, 2005. — 430 p. "Montana 1911: A Professor and his Wife among the Blackfeet" is the complete text diary kept by Mrs. W.M. Uhlenbeck-Melchior while accompanying her husband, the Dutch anthropologist/linguist, Dr. C.C. Uhlenbeck during his fieldwork on the Blackfeet reservation in Montana in the summer of 1911. Her eyewitness account of their three-month...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1983. — 362 p. The Blackfeet were the strongest military power on the northwestern plains throughout the eighteenth century. But the near extinction of buffalo in the late nineteenth century brought dire poverty to the tribe, forcing them to rely in part on the U.S. government for sustenance. In this history of the Blackfeet, historian John C. Ewers...
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Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1955. — 424 p. Much of the factual information on which this study is based was supplied by elderly, fullblood Piegan and Blood Indian informants, whose knowledge of the functions of horses in the late years of buffalo days was solidly grounded in personal experiences. These old people really loved horses and enjoyed talking about...
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Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1955. — 424 p. Much of the factual information on which this study is based was supplied by elderly, fullblood Piegan and Blood Indian informants, whose knowledge of the functions of horses in the late years of buffalo days was solidly grounded in personal experiences. These old people really loved horses and enjoyed talking about them....
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. — 342 p. This collection of powerful stories reveals the complex and wondrous world of the Blackfoot nation in the nineteenth century. The thirty tales transcribed by George Bird Grinnell provide an intimate look into Blackfoot culture and philosophy and remind us of tribal values to be upheld and taught. Classic tales of adventure speak of...
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. — 342 p. This collection of powerful stories reveals the complex and wondrous world of the Blackfoot nation in the nineteenth century. The thirty tales transcribed by George Bird Grinnell provide an intimate look into Blackfoot culture and philosophy and remind us of tribal values to be upheld and taught. Classic tales of adventure speak of...
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William Morrow and Co., 1980. — 256 p. A young Native American woman creates a hauntingly beautiful tribute to an age-old way of life in this fascinating portrait of the women of the Blackfoot Indians. A captivating tapestry of personal and tribal history, legends and myths, and the wisdom passed down through generations of women, this extraordinary book is also a priceless record...
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Archaeological Survey of Alberta, 1986. — 230 p. — (Manuscript Series № 8). A study of traditional culture of Blackfoot Tribe, written in 1937. Contents: Preface Introduction The Land of the People The Life Cicle Material Culture Social Organization, War and Religian - A Note on Blackfoot Informants Billiography
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Archaeological Survey of Alberta, 1986. — 230 p. — (Manuscript Series № 8). A study of traditional culture of Blackfoot Tribe, written in 1937. Contents: Preface Introduction The Land of the People The Life Cicle Material Culture Social Organization, War and Religian - A Note on Blackfoot Informants Billiography
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Chelsea House Publications, 2006. — 110 p. Once referred to as "the most powerful tribe of Indians on the continent" by renowned Native American painter George Catlin, the Blackfeet were nearly wiped out by smallpox in the mid-1800s. The Blackfeet currently reside on a 1.5-million-acre reservation in Northwest Montana that borders Glacier National Park.
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University of Nebraska Press, 2017. — 246 p. Rosalyn R. LaPier demonstrates that Blackfeet history is incomplete without an understanding of the Blackfeet people’s relationship and mode of interaction with the “invisible reality” of the supernatural world. Religious beliefs provided the Blackfeet with continuity through privations and changing times. The stories they passed to new...
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Routledge, 2010. — 212 p. — (Vitality of Indigenous Religions Series). This book explores the exchange of Blackfoot "medicine bundles" within contemporary Blackfoot culture and between the Blackfoot Peoples and Euro-Americans. These ceremonial bundles, which are circulated as gifts in their native context, are robbed of their statuses as living beings or persons, when they are...
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London: Macmillan and Co., 1910. — 596 p. Walter McClintock went to Montana with a US Forestry Service expedition in 1896. He spent the next four years living on the land with the Blackfeet, one of the most northern of the Great Plains tribes. He was adopted into the tribe by the Chief Mad Dog, and got a chance to learn their traditions firsthand. The book presents Blackfeet...
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London: Macmillan and Co., 1910. — 596 p. Walter McClintock went to Montana with a US Forestry Service expedition in 1896. He spent the next four years living on the land with the Blackfeet, one of the most northern of the Great Plains tribes. He was adopted into the tribe by the Chief Mad Dog, and got a chance to learn their traditions firsthand. The book presents Blackfeet...
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Athabasca University Press, 2016. — 264 p. In 2010, five magnificent Blackfoot shirts, now owned by the University of Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum, were brought to Alberta to be exhibited at the Glenbow Museum, in Calgary, and the Galt Museum, in Lethbridge. The shirts had not returned to Blackfoot territory since 1841, when officers of the Hudson's Bay Company acquired them. The...
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Houghton Mifflin Company, 1930. — 282 p. The Blackfeet were people of the buffalo. They originated on the plains of today’s southern Alberta, western Saskatchewan, and central Montana. In the 1830s famed artist and explorer George Catlin called the Blackfeet “the most powerful tribe of Indians on the continent.” Fur trader, hunting guide, and later, acclaimed chronicler of Native...
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Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1990. — 144 p. Documents the Scriver Blackfoot Collection, one of the finest collections of historic Blackfoot materials. Discussion of the repatriation of the collections, a bio of Bob Scriver, materials of Blackfoot culture and history, a survey of the collection itself.
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Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1990. — 144 p. Documents the Scriver Blackfoot Collection, one of the finest collections of historic Blackfoot materials. Discussion of the repatriation of the collections, a bio of Bob Scriver, materials of Blackfoot culture and history, a survey of the collection itself.
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Field Museum of Natural History, 1992. — 80 p. — (Fieldiana, Anthropology, New series, no.19) The collections of the Field Museum of Natural History contain 168 ethnographic objects collected among the Blackfoot (Blood) indians of southern Alberta by John M. Maclean for the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893 and George A. Dorsey in 1897. The artifacts in these collections are...
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SUNY Press, 2012. — 300 p. Written in collaboration with Blackfoot tribal historians and educators, "Amskapi Pikuni" portrays a strong native nation fighting for two centuries against domination by Anglo invaders. The Blackfeet endured bungling, corrupt, and drunken agents; racist schoolteachers; and a federal Indian Bureau that failed to disburse millions of dollars owed to...
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