24 apr 13 [Blackfeet (Pikuni) man wearing a Hudson's Bay Blanket Capote -
The nation of Blackfoot Indians actually consists of four different tribes: The Blackfoot/Siksika, the Blood/Kainai, the Pikuni/Peigan, and the North Peigan Pikuni tribes
Rare Daniel S. Mitchell John Hillers American Indian CDV Album - American History, Including the Civil War)
Part Cherokee, and Blackfoot with a bit of Choctaw.
Running Eagle: "the Piegan Blackfoot warrior-princess who routinely led war parties screaming into battle.
Chief Manitou. Utah. ca. 1900. Source - Utah State University. Chief Manitou, born Pedro Cejete, was a Tewa man who entertained visitors to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, Manitou Springs, Colorado, in the early 20th century. No mere tourist attraction, Manitou himself used the railroad to explore the West, and met with President Taft to discuss Native American concerns, as recounted in Robert Cronk's pictorial history of the man, Outbound Journey
1870 Stanley J Morrow photo of He That Stinks, Bobtail Bull, Yellow Wolf, and Sitting Bear. Yale Collection of Western Americana
Dancer at Blackfoot Crossing
Three young Blackfoot men, ca. Photographer/Illustrator: Ross, Alexander J.
The site of the University of Minnesota's online Ojibwe-English 'talking' dictionary. You can listen to this beautiful language, see photos from Minnesota Historical Society collections and learn more about the Ojibwe nation of Minnesota.
Black Day Indian Woman
Wolf Plume - Blackfoot - 1916 - By ?
Facts for Kids: Blackfoot Indians (Blackfeet, Siksika)
Record Portrait of Oglala Dakota man, Hard Heart (Chan-te su-ta'), (Cante suta) May 1872