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Alaska Natives

  • Aleut Indians
  • Alutiiq
  • Athabascan Indians
  • Cup'ik
  • Eyak Indians
  • Haida Indians
  • Inupiaq Indians
  • St. Lawrence Island Yupik
  • Tlingit Indians
  • Tsimshian
  • Yup'ik

  • Apache Tribes

    Blackfoot Confederacy

    The Blackfoot Indians of the United States and Canada were divided into four main groups from the three Blackfoot branches. The Siksika, Kainai, and the Piikani spoke a dialect of the Algonquian language family. Before the Blackfoot were placed on reservations in the latter half of the nineteenth century, they occupied a large territory which stretched from the North Saskatchewan River in Canada to the Missouri River in Montana. The trade, military, and kinship alliance held between the Sikiska, Kainai, and Piikani was referred to as the Blackfoot Confederacy. Later, in the early 1800s, the Tsuu Tina or Sarcee First Nation would join this alliance.

  • Northern Blackfoot (in Canada - Siksika).
  • Blackfeet (in the United States - primarily Piikani and Siksika)
  • Kainai or Bloods
  • Piikani or Piegan
  • Tsuu Tina or Sarcee First Nation
  • Cherokee Indians

    Creek Indians (Muskogee Confederacy)

    Iroquois Confederacy (Mohawk Tribes)

    Sioux Nation

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    Wabanaki Confederacy

    The Wabanaki Confederacy was a political alliance between five Algonquian tribes who shared a geographical location, similar languages, but different cultures and individual leadership. Wabanaki means Dawn Land and this land is now included in the New England states of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire, and the Canadian Maritimes now called Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The Wbanakiak were the People of the Dawn Land. Great Britain also joined the Wabanaki Confederacy in a 1749 treaty.The Wabanaki Confederacy disbanded in 1862. It included the:

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