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Index: The Blackfoot Confederacy In Canadian Census Records

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

 

 

 

These are links to my extracts – so far – of census records for the Blackfoot First Nations people who reside in what is now Canada. I have found them recorded in historical Canadian census records as the Blackfoot, Peigan (aka Piikani) and the Blood (Kanai Nation or Kainawa) and Siksika.

Each link below leads to a post with a list of the surnames carried by the Blackfoot in a single given subdistrict at one point in time. Where technically possible, I’ve linked to each surname individually. Where I couldn’t do that I’ve made a link to the subdistrict. In all cases I’ve linked only to records that you can access free of charge.

If you are looking for Blackfoot or other First Nation marriages, then you’ll also want to consult the  index of Native/First Peoples/Metis Marriage Extracts which includes some extracts from Cree marriage records as well as couples listed as parents on baptismal certificates or the marriage records of their First Nations or mixed offspring.  The marriage records are constantly updated so check back often for updates!

 


ALBERTA


Blackfoot I. R., Medicine Hat | Blackfoot Siksika (1911)

Blood I. R. | Blood, Kainai (1911)

Bow River | Blackfoot (1921)

 

Edmonton East | Blackfoot, Chipewyan, Cree (1921)

 

Lethbridge South 2 | Blood (1901)  NEW

 

 

Paigan Reserve | Peigan, Blackfoot (1921)

Peigan | Peigan, Blackfoot (1911)

 

Sarcee I.R. | Blackfoot, Blood, Cree, Sarcee, Stoney (1911)

 

 

 


TERRITORIES


 

AB  |  Blackfoot Agency | Blackfoot (1901)

AB  |  Blood Reserve | Blackfoot, Cree, Mixed (1901)

 

AB  |  Macleod | Peigan (1901)

 

AB  |  Sarcee Agency | Sarcee, Blackfoot, Cree (1901)

 

 

 


 

Related Posts

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Marriage Extracts

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History

 

 

 

 

 

 

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