Blackfeet Reservation Historical Timeline

The largest and oldest histories of Montana Tribes are still very much oral histories and remain in the collective memories of individuals. Some of that history has been lost, but much remains vibrant within community stories and narratives that have yet to be documented Time Immemorial Creation – “Napi,” Old Man, created the Rocky Mountain



Oliver Racine, Blackfeet Tribe

Picture shows Oliver and two of his children at his home.

Allottee No. – 524 Age – 42 Degree – ½ Status – Fee Pat. Family – 7 Children Home on Badger Creek near Old Agency. Forty horses, seven cattle, no chickens. Has twenty acres wheat, eight acres oats, garden. Family in good health. Picture shows Oliver and two of his children at his home. Date



Blackfeet Indian Reservation

Map of the Blackfoot Reservation

The Blackfeet Reservation was established when the treaty of 17 Oct. 1855 was entered into on the shores of Judith River, in what was in 1855, the Territory of Nebraska.



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