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A Native American tribe of the Great Plains and prairies of northern Montana and southern Alberta. Divided into Blackfoot Proper, Blood Blackfoot, and Piegan subgroups, the Blackfoot are among the westernmost of the Algonquian-speaking peoples. They were formerly almost entirely dependent on buffalo and other large game. The principal Blackfoot city is Browning, Montana, which is home to the Museum of the Plains Indians.

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