Piegan


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Pie·gan

 (pē-găn′)
n. pl. Piegan or Pie·gans
A member of the southernmost tribe of the Blackfoot confederacy, inhabiting northwest Montana and southern Alberta.
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The narrative begins with the marriage of fur trader Malcolm Clarke to Coth-co-co-na, a woman from the Piegan Blackfeet tribe in Montana.
REVIEWED BY ROSALYN LAPIER, LECTURER, NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA, AND MEMBER OF THE PIEGAN INSTITUTE, A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO RESTORING AND REVITALIZING NATIVE LANGUAGES
The Sun God's Children: The History, Culture, and Legends of the Blackfeet Indians" is a paperback reissue of the original publication dated 1930, with an introduction by Darrell Robes Kipp, Executive Director of the Piegan Institute in Brownings, Montana.
Piegan elder, Bird Rattle, carving the automobile petroglyphs at Writing-On-Stone on September 14th, 1924.
I was asked by Blood, Blackfoot and Piegan what reservation did I come from?
In the restaurant near Two Medicine Creek, we choose from Kootenai, Piegan, or Blackfeet Indian tacos.
Now there's a hunger for it on all reservations," said Moses Spear Chief, Piegan language coordinator for the Browning Public School District on the Blackfeet Reservation.
Over the course of his career he learned to speak the Cree, Blackfoot, Piegan, and Michif languages with varying degrees of fluency.
Historically, the area was part of the large territory north of the Missouri and Musselshell Rivers designated for the Blackfeet Nation, including the Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet, and Gros Ventres Tribes, in a treaty negotiated in 1855.