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Native North Americans of the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). They occupied in the early 19th cent.
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Ya no guerreamos, ni capturamos caballos de los Piegan y los sioux, ni hubo bufalos para cazar.
In considering legislation to provide a permanent reservation for the Indians of northern Montana (Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet, River Crow, et al.
One such newspaper, the South Piegan Drum of the Blackfeet Nation in Montana, published an article critical of the tribal chairman and soon discovered his wrath.
In the restaurant near Two Medicine Creek, we choose from Kootenai, Piegan, or Blackfeet Indian tacos.
The group of Piegan Blackfoot men Lewis' party met upon leaving "Camp Disappointment" may well have been traveling alongside the Old North Trail.
In response to the Piegan Massacre, she argues that the United States' armed forces have mistakenly and ironically met Native American barbarism with barbarous violence, almost sneering as she notes, "[N]ow the approved method of teaching red men not to commit murder is to slaughter their wives and children
The great explorer David Thompson recorded the account of an Indian named Saukamappee, who described how, in the summer of 1781, the Piegan Blackfeet had raided a Shoshone village.
Now there's a hunger for it on all reservations," said Moses Spear Chief, Piegan language coordinator for the Browning Public School District on the Blackfeet Reservation.
These people were divided into many groups including the Assiniboine, Plains Cree, Atsina, Blackfeet, Blood, Piegan, Sarcee, Shoshone, Crow, Sioux and Cheyenne (Figure 1).
Over the course of his career he learned to speak the Cree, Blackfoot, Piegan, and Michif languages with varying degrees of fluency.