Blackfeet Enrollment Department

About the Blackfeet Tribe Enrollment Department

Roland Kennerly Building

Okii Amskapi Pikuni and greetings to our relatives to the north, Kainai, Piikani, and Siksika Nations.

As of November 15, 2011, The Blackfeet Nation consists of 16,924 enrolled tribal members and an estimated 4,500 tribal descendants.

Our traditional homeland ranged from the Yellowstone river in southern Montana, to to the Saskatchewan river in northern Alberta Canada, and from the slopes of the Rocky Mountains to the Sacred Sweet Grass Hills.

Blackfeet Reservation

In 1895, the boundaries of the Amskapi Pikuni people were drastically reduced to what is presently known today as the Blackfeet Nation, with our southern border located at Birch Creek to our northern border located at the U.S. Canadian line.

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Honoring The Blackfeet Veteran's Alliance

Blackfeet Veteran's Alliance Display

The Blackfeet Enrollment Department, we would like to acknowledge and congratulate the Blackfeet Veteran's Alliance for their efforts to reach out and address the issues and concerns of all U.S. Military Veterans of the Blackfeet Nation.

Veteran's Honorguard

Honoring The Blackfeet Honorary Council

The Blackfeet Enrollment Department, we would like to honor the Blackfeet Nation's Honorary Council.

Honarary Council

Pictured: Al Potts: Chairman, Albert Vaile, Dewey Heavy Runner, Floyd Rider, Robert Many Guns, Gordon Monroe, Kenneth W. Old Person, Edmond Auguare Not Pictured: Charles Weasel Head

Honoring Our Eldest

On behalf of the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council and the Blackfeet Enrollment Department, we would like to honor the Blackfeet Nation's Eldest members of the Tribe.

Lillian Bullshoe
(107 Year's Old)
Eldest Female
George Henkel
(95 Year's Old)
Eldest Male
“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.”

       ~ Crowfoot, Blackfoot Warrior and Orator