Traces the history of the Blackfeet Indians, discussing their conflicts with white settlers, efforts to preserve their culture, difficulties they faced, such as starvation, war, betrayals, and illness, and other related topics.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 108-111) and index.
In the beginning : the migration of the people
Culture, religion and traditions
Women in Blackfeet culture
Famous Blackfeet leaders in history
Grim days for the Blackfeet : the 19th century and "progress"
The Blackfeet people in the early to mid-20th century
The Blackfeet people in the mid-to late 20th century
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