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The horse in blackfoot indian culture (classics of smithsonian anthropology edition) - Native Americans: Blackfoot History and Culture (Blackfeet.



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Originally the Blackfoot/Plains Confederacy consisted of three peoples ("nation", "tribes", "tribal nations") based on kinship and dialect , but all speaking the common language of Blackfoot , one of the Algonquian languages family. The three were the Piikáni (historically called " Piegan Blackfeet " in English-language sources), the Káínaa (called "Bloods") , and the Siksikáwa ("Blackfoot") . They later allied with the unrelated Tsuu T'ina ("Sarcee") , who became merged into the Confederacy and, (for a time) with the Atsina, or A'aninin ( Gros Ventre ) .

Each of these highly decentralized peoples were divided into many bands , which ranged in size from 10 to 30 lodges , or about 80 to 240 persons. The band was the basic unit of organization for hunting and defence. [3]

The largest ethnic group in the Confederacy is the Piegan , also spelled Peigan or Pikuni . Their name derives from the Blackfoot term Piikáni . They are divided into the Piikani Nation ( Aapátohsipikáni ("the companion up there") or simply Piikáni ) in present-day Alberta, and the South Peigan or Piegan Blackfeet ( Aamsskáápipikani ) in Montana, United States. A once large and mighty division of the Piegan were the Inuk'sik ("the humans") [4] of southwestern Montana. Today they survive only as a clan or band of the South Peigan.

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Quarter Horse News is an award-winning semimonthly magazine that provides the most comprehensive and timely coverage of the Western performance horse industry. Focusing on cutting, reining and reined cow horse, Quarter Horse News has been a trusted source of news and information with real meaning to its readers for more than 30 years. Read More

Originally the Blackfoot/Plains Confederacy consisted of three peoples ("nation", "tribes", "tribal nations") based on kinship and dialect , but all speaking the common language of Blackfoot , one of the Algonquian languages family. The three were the Piikáni (historically called " Piegan Blackfeet " in English-language sources), the Káínaa (called "Bloods") , and the Siksikáwa ("Blackfoot") . They later allied with the unrelated Tsuu T'ina ("Sarcee") , who became merged into the Confederacy and, (for a time) with the Atsina, or A'aninin ( Gros Ventre ) .

Each of these highly decentralized peoples were divided into many bands , which ranged in size from 10 to 30 lodges , or about 80 to 240 persons. The band was the basic unit of organization for hunting and defence. [3]

The largest ethnic group in the Confederacy is the Piegan , also spelled Peigan or Pikuni . Their name derives from the Blackfoot term Piikáni . They are divided into the Piikani Nation ( Aapátohsipikáni ("the companion up there") or simply Piikáni ) in present-day Alberta, and the South Peigan or Piegan Blackfeet ( Aamsskáápipikani ) in Montana, United States. A once large and mighty division of the Piegan were the Inuk'sik ("the humans") [4] of southwestern Montana. Today they survive only as a clan or band of the South Peigan.

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