Just across the Arctic Circle from the battlegrounds of Scandinavia, the Inuit expand east through Nunavut by founding Niaqunnguut. Blackfoot and Sitting Bull put their cards on the table by founding their own cities in the Canadian tundra. Tsuutina for the Blackfoot, just north of the Sioux tribes of Itazipcho and Sihasapa. Fun fact about that last one: Sihásapa is the Lakota word for \"Blackfoot\", whereas Siksiká has the same meaning in the Blackfoot language. As a result, the Sihásapa have the same English name as the Blackfoot Confederacy, and the nations are sometimes confused with one another.