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Piegan

Piegan

January 27, 2020

The Piegan people were the largest of the three tribes making up the Blackfoot Confederacy.  During the nineteenth century, the Piegan dominated much of the northern Great Plains. Today, many...
Selawik

Selawik

January 27, 2020

The Selawik Eskimo lived in villages scattered along Selawik river and spread over the territory between that stream and the Kobuk, as well as over an equal stretch of country to the south. Curtis created...
Blackfoot

Blackfoot

January 26, 2020

The Blackfoot were a powerful buffalo-hunting tribe of the northern plains, with most of their settlements in Montana, Idaho, and Alberta. The Blackfeet were composed of three closely related bands...

Kobuk

Kobuk

January 26, 2020

The Kobuk people lived in villages scattered along the Kobuk river. Their territory extended along the river to points on each side midway between the Noatak and Kobuk, and Selawik and Kobuk rivers...
Sarsi

Sarsi

January 25, 2020

The Sarsi are a North American tribe who resided near the upper Saskatchewan and Athabaska rivers in the present provinces or Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada. The Sarsi adopted... 
Noatak

Noatak

January 25, 2020

The Noatak people are situated along the swift, shallow Noatak river, which empties into the narrow strait connecting Hotham inlet with Kotzebue sound. The villagers live in small, single room log cabins...

Blood

Blood

January 24, 2020

The Blood tribe, also known as the Kainai Nation, lived primarily in what is now Alberta, Canada. Today, the Bloods are one of three nations comprising the Blackfoot Confederacy. Curtis...
Kotzebue

Kotzebue

January 24, 2020

The Kotzebue Eskimo lived in the northeastern part of Kotzebue sound, on a small peninsula jutting into the mouth of Hotham inlet. The village consists of a long row of frame or log houses built...
Chipewyan

Chipewyan

January 23, 2020

The Chipewyan tribe are original people of northern Canada, especially the Northwest Territories, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. They Chipewyan moved in small groups or bands, consisting of several...

Cape Prince of Wales

Cape Prince of Wales

January 23, 2020

The Eskimo of Cape Prince of Wales lived in the village of Kingegan which translates to “a high place.” It is the western-most inhabited location in North America, only 55 miles from Siberia... 
Diomede

Diomede

January 22, 2020

The Diomede band of Alaskan Eskimo lived on Little Diomede Island, in the middle of the Bering Sea between western Alaska and eastern Russia. Families lived together in single dwellings made of...
King Island

King Island

January 21, 2020

King Island is home of the northern seacliff-dwelling Eskimo. While birds flock, breed, and migrate by the millions to this tiny island, it is the population of walrus that has attracted and held this small...