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Blackfoot  adj.  Of or pertaining to the Blackfeet; as, a Blackfoot Indian.

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"Blackfoot" Quotes from Famous Books

... few minutes before, rose again. He crossed to the well, and smiled from half-humorous eyes at the younger man standing beside the animals, and said: "Bumped into a hornet's nest. Butted into an indignation meetin'. A Blackfoot war powwow when the trader had furnished free booze would have been a peace party put up ...
— The Plunderer • Roy Norton

... have expected this intervention of a proxaneta, which the vulgar translate blackfoot, of such eminent dignity," said Dalgarno, scarce concealing a sneer. "And my father hath consented? He was wont to say, ere we left Scotland, that the blood of Huntinglen and of Glenvarloch would not mingle, were they poured into ...
— The Fortunes of Nigel • Sir Walter Scott

... how Frank had saved him from the grizzly, how the boy had been tireless on the trail, how he had not murmured at any hardship, and how he had broken the arm of the Blackfoot Indian who was ...
— Frank Merriwell's Bravery • Burt L. Standish

... forty-five men with them. One of these men was named Colter. In the very heart of the wild country he left the party, and set up as a trapper. A trapper is a man who catches animals in traps in order to get their skins to sell. The Blackfoot Indians made Colter a prisoner. Colter knew a little of their language. He heard them talking of how they should kill their prisoner. They thought it would be fun to set him up and shoot at him with their arrows until he was dead. At this time the Indians ...
— Stories of American Life and Adventure • Edward Eggleston

Words linked to "Blackfoot" :   Algonquin, Plains Indian, Algonquian

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