Native American, Blackfeet, "The Eagle" Roland Reed, 1910

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Photo called "The Eagle" taken by Roland Reed, Circa 1910, near Glacier National Park. Photo of three Indigenous Indians.

The Blackfeet settled in the region around Montana after 1600 CE. Previously, they resided in an area of the woodlands north and west of the Great Lakes. Pressure exerted by British traders at James Bay in present-day Canada on the Algonquin-speaking tribes in the area drove the Blackfeet out onto the Northern Plains. They eventually acquired firearms and horses, and became a formidable example of the classic Plains Indian culture. They were a powerful force, controlling an area that extended from current day Edmonton, Alberta Province, nearly to Yellowstone Park, and from Glacier Park to the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Badger-Two Medicine area is a significant sacred site for the tribe. Learn more about the Blackfeet Nation.

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