Inkling: corrugated composition books I love the idea of covering a plain black speckled composition book and giving it a new look. I’ve also been thinking about doing something with corrugated paper. My plan was to use kraft corrugated paper. Not to be stopped, I found colored corrugated sheets. For this project I used Tacky Glue and cut pieces of the corrugated paper larger than the composition book. The corrugated sheets came in a variety of colors. Hmmm – maybe I should have bought that huge roll after all. Blackfoot Indians (Blackfeet, Siksika) Blackfoot chief Father and son Is the name of the tribe "Blackfoot" or "Blackfeet"? Where did this name come from? "Blackfoot" is the English translation of the word siksika, which means "black foot." It refers to the dark colored moccasins the people wear. Some Blackfoot people are annoyed by the plural "Blackfeet," which is obviously an anglicization. Where do the Blackfeet Indians live? How is the Blackfeet Indian nation organized? In the past, the Piikani, Kainai, and Siksika Nations were each led by a council of chiefs, one from each clan. What is the population of the Blackfoot nation? What language do the Blackfeet speak? What was Blackfoot culture like in the past? Sponsored Links How do Blackfoot Indian children live, and what did they do for recreation? What were Blackfoot men and women's roles? What were Blackfoot homes like in the past? What was Blackfoot clothing like? What was Blackfoot transportation like in the days before cars? What are Blackfoot arts and crafts like?
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