The Blackfoot Confederacy in Canada
Our digital story focuses on the Blackfoot in Canada before, during, and after colonization. Our digital story reveals the impacts that colonization had upon their health and well-being. Colonizers caused disease epidemics, implemented residential schools, severed the connection to their culture and traditional ways, and caused a near extinction of the buffalo which was the Blackfoot's primary resource.
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