The Blackfoot Confederacies reside in the Great Plains of Montana and Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
The name "Blackfoot" came from the colour of the peoples' leather footwear, known as moccasins.
Around the Great Lakes were the Anishinaabe, Algonquin, Iroquois and Wyandot.
Along the Atlantic coast were the Beothuk, Maliseet, Innu, Abenaki and Mi'kmaq / Micmac.
Aboriginal dating is a relatively new phenomena to hit the internet today in North America.
The need for such a web site has been in existance since laws have been in effect which are designed to define who has native rights.
Written records began with the arrival of European explorers and colonists during the Age of Discovery, beginning in the late 15th century.
Along the Pacific coast were the Haida, Salish, Kwakiutl, Nuu-chah-nulth, Nisga'a and Gitxsan.
In the plains were the Blackfoot, Kainai, Sarcee and Northern Peigan.
In the northern woodlands were the Cree and Chipewyan.
Those in the Arctic area are distinct and known as Inuit.
The Métis, another distinct ethnicity, developed after European contact and relations primarily between First Nations people and Europeans.