The indispensable ingredient crucial to the people of the Plains and Mountain tribes, either wholly or in part, was the buffalo, ni-tapi-waks-in (real meat). By the late 1870s the time of the great herds was nearing an end, making it difficult for those who depended upon buffalo for
subsistence to locate huntable numbers. Here, two resolute Blackfeet hunters scan for signs of buffalo near Red Blanket Butte, Montana Territory.
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