Glacier Park Indians (Blackfeet Tribe) Victor 17635 recorded 1914 HISTORIC FOLK MUSIC chanting

Glacier Park Indians (Blackfeet Tribe) Victor 17635 recorded 1914 HISTORIC FOLK MUSIC chanting

Glacier Park Indians (Blackfeet Tribe) on Victor 17635, recorded on May 23, 1914.

This is titled “Gambler’s Song.”

The Blackfeet Indian Reservation was
established by the Treaty of 1855.

The Blackfeet Tribe has headquarters
in Browning, Montana.

The Blackfeet Nation is a “domestic
sovereign” Indian nation, recognized
as a nation within a nation.

Glacier National Park is a national
park (over one million acres) in
Montana on the Canada–United
States border.

The region was first inhabited by
Native Americans. When European
explorers arrived, the Blackfeet tribe
dominated in the eastern regions.