Now I have to answer the fourth question. The fourth question is, when was treaty 7 signed, what promises were made and were they all kept? The answer to this question is, treaty 7 was signed on September 22, 1877, at the Blackfoot crossing of the Bow River. The promises that were made were they won't kill any buffalo, they would help the nations with everything and each person would get twelve dollars. A half of these promises weren't kept, the ones that were kept are each person would get twelve dollars and a part of the help. From that I know the ones that weren't kept are they won't kill any buffalo and a part of helping. An extra fact to end this question is, the Kainai nation was also known as the Blood nation.
Now I have to answer the fifth question. The fifth question is, why were the buffalo important to the nations of treaty 7, and why did Queen Victoria want to eliminate them? The answer is, the buffalo were important to the nations of treaty 7 since they got all their resources from buffalo and relied on the buffalo. Literally every single thing the nations of treaty 7 needed to survive came from the buffalo, only water as a thing they needed to survive didn't come from the buffalo. Queen Victoria wished to eliminate the buffalo since they were blocking the train tracks the United Kingdom built for their train. Even though the buffalo only came in the way of the tracks sometimes, queen Victoria was afraid they might crash by chance. So she wanted to eliminate the buffalo. An extra fact to end this question would be, the Siksika nation agreed to sign treaty 7 with the most gratitude.
Now I have to answer the sixth question. The sixth question is, how did the whiskey trade and the smallpox epidemic affect the first nations people? The answer is, the smallpox epidemic and the whiskey trade affected the first nations people by killing them, in fact, it killed so many of them that the first nations nearly got extinct. It affected them brutally since the first nations have never been exposed to smallpox or whiskey. An extra fact to end this question would be, whiskey is alcoholic.