Blackfeet; raiders on the Northwestern Plains.

  • 348 Pages
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University of Oklahoma Press , Norman
Siksika Indians., Piegan Indians., Kainah Ind
SeriesThe Civilization of the American Indian series -- 49., Civilization of the American Indian series -- v. 49.
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LC ClassificationsE99.S54 E78
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 348 p.
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Open LibraryOL17755716M

"The Blackfeet Raiders" is an in-depth look at the real American Indian plains history. This is not the fabricated "Dances with Wolves" kind of history which was produced for white bread Americans.

John Ewers presents an accurate and highly readable book about the Blackfeet Indians Cited by: The Blackfeet were the strongest military power on the northwestern plains throughout the eighteenth century.

But the near extinction of buffalo in the late nineteenth century brought dire poverty to the tribe, forcing them to rely in part on the U 4/5.

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() Paperback at /5(19). The Blackfoot were unremittingly hostile toward neighboring tribes and usually toward white men; intrusions upon Blackfoot lands were efficiently repelled. Prior to the midth cent. they had moved.

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Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document. Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Ewers, John Canfield Title: The Blackfeet: raiders of the northwestern Plains.

One of the best books I have read about the Plains people and their lost culture. I love this book, but have to admit it was written by my grandfather It is an amazing history of the Blackfeet and their role on the Northwestern plains.

This book is really good for introducing the life and culture of Blackfoot. The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwestern Plains, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, (and later reprints).

ISBN ; Johnson, Bryan R. The Blackfeet: An Annotated Bibliography. The Blackfoot Indians occupied the northwestern plains along and adjacent to the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains in present-day southern Alberta, Canada, and western Montana, V.

Climate and topography and, hence, vegetation of the region are diverse. Although primarily meat-eaters, the Blackfoot Cited by:. A fascinating memoir of a white man who gained access to the private lives of the Blackfeet Indians. First published inMy Life as an Indian is the memoir of J.

W. Schultz’s life as a young white man among the Piegan Blackfeet Released on: Octo The Algonquian-speaking Blackfoot may have migrated from the north and northwestern woodlands into the Plains of southern Alberta and northern Montana sometime in the fifteenth century. If so, they adapted to become one of the defining Plains Indian nations, so much so that their own history places their homeland in the Northern Plains.The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwestern Plains.

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