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Crowfoot
Died
NationalitySiksika (adopted) Kainai/Blood (born) Blackfoot Confederacy
Known for Chief of the Siksika First Nation, warrior, peacemaker

crowfoot,

name for plants with the leaf or some other part resembling the foot of a crow, particularly the buttercupbuttercup
or crowfoot,
common name for the Ranunculaceae, a family of chiefly annual or perennial herbs of cool regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Thought to be one of the most primitive families of dicotyledenous plants, the Ranunculaceae typically have a simple
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crowfoot

1. Colloquial term for stylolite.
2. A V-shaped marking on an architectural or engineering drawing, the apex of which indicates a reference point or the limit of a dimension.
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Crowfoot said that they could not come through the Blackfoot Reserve--it was their property and they had been promised that nothing would be taken from them without their consent.
River plants, such as the brook water crowfoot, are at risk from soil-loss from fields, which can also hamper the breeding of trout, salmon and a range of insects.
This is a gift to our past, to all of the people that have gone on before us and what they left us, so this facility is one way of preserving that," said Strater Crowfoot, chief of the Siksika Nation.
Department head, Queen's University (in chronological order) Safe Clothing Begone Dull Care Les Raquetteurs Warrendale Wojeck: "The Last Man in the World" The Ballad of Crowfoot Surfacing on the Thames Les Dernieres fiancailles The Grey Fox Da Vinci's Inquest: "Little Sister"
I was most pleased to discover that the topic of First Nations (Native Americans) received fifty-seven pages with more than 130 entries, including descriptions of all Canadian prairie tribes as well as the names of such well-known individuals as Maria Campbell, Chief Crowfoot, Emma LaRocque, Chief Poundmaker, Buffy Saint-Marie, and Chief Payipwat.
The Joint Expedition to Samaria in 1932-35 fulfilled its scientific obligations and published a full account of the work in several substantial volumes (Crowfoot and Crowfoot 1938; Crowfoot, Kenyon, and Crowfoot 1957; Crowfoot, Kenyon, and Sukenik 1942) and the current study did not evolve any fieldwork at the site.
Sean Crowfoot is just one of a legion of tattooers whose formative artistic years were influenced not by the great masters, but by people like VC Johnson, Pushead, Jim Phillips, and Wes Humpston.
Models like his Raven and Crowfoot which have 'seen the elephant' while being tested during combat operations in Afghanistan.
Water crowfoot - Producing white flowers above water during May - July, the leaves and stems provide food and shelter for fish and aquatic insects.
Crowfoot, writing from Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, who sent in a copy of the news item, wrote to the Journal "I was rather surprised but also thrilled" to see the item and picture.
An article by publisher Bert Crowfoot titled Ontario now in AMMSA family outlined the aims of our fledgling publication.