The Canon and the Mule

May 5, 2013 admin 0

The Blackfoot were the most feared Indian nation on the Northern Plains in the nineteenth century. The United States established their reservation in 1851 at […]

Guilty of Being Indian

Guilty of Being Indian

November 24, 2012 admin 0

American history is filled with accounts of Indians being massacred by the U.S. Army, by American civilians, and others. Some of these “incidents” are well-known […]

Napi’s World

September 21, 2012 admin 0

Traditionally, the Indian nations of the Northern Plains, such as the Blackfoot, were egalitarian. Within Blackfoot society, there were no individuals, no groups of people, […]