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  • Author:
    James Willard (Apikuni) Schultz
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    0806105143
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    978-0806105147
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    University of Oklahoma Press; New Impression edition (1968)
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While this book has its place, read The Ways of My Grandmothers by Beverly Hungry Wolf if you want to know what it was like to BE Indian.

While this book has its place, read The Ways of My Grandmothers by Beverly Hungry Wolf if you want to know what it was like to BE Indian. Being from Montana I'm very familiar with Schultz and his wife; and their involvement in the loss and recovery of medicine bundles that went to Bernadotte in Sweden. Schultz was 88 when he died in 1947 so his wonderful story telling has its place.

Blackfeet and Buffalo book The memoir: ''My Life as an Indian tells the story of his first year living with the Pikuni tribe of Blackfeet Indians East of Glacier.

Blackfeet and Buffalo book. James Willard Schultz (. Schultz) started writing at the age of 21, publishing articles and stories in Forest and Stream for 15 years. The memoir: ''My Life as an Indian tells the story of his first year living with the Pikuni tribe of Blackfeet Indians East of Glacier.

Author: James Willard Schultz Keith C. Seele. The Blackfeet (Indians of North America). Nine Years Among the Indians, 1870-1879: The Story of the Captivity and Life of a Texan Among the Indians.

Find nearly any book by James Willard Schultz (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park. by James Willard Schultz. ISBN 9781931832144 (978-1-931832-14-4) Softcover, Riverbend Publishing, 2002.

by James Willard Schultz. With the disappearance of the buffalo it was as difficult for Schultz to adjust to the new way of life as it was for the other Blackfeet.

Books on the Blackfoot Indians of northern Montana and southern Alberta were among those that gained instant . And leading this parade were three men who had lived and traveled with the Blackfeet-James Willard Schultz, George Bird Grinnell, and Walter McClintock.

Books on the Blackfoot Indians of northern Montana and southern Alberta were among those that gained instant popularity during this period. The public seemed to have an insatiable appetite for stories about the people they had dispossessed, almost annihilated. Their books presented the Blackfeet as real people with whom the public could identify. Today, each of these authors has one or more works in print.

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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press. Publication Date: 1962. We also accept Visa and MasterCard.

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With the disappearance of the buffalo it was as difficult for Schultz to adjust to the new way of life as it was for the other Blackfeet. He took to the mountains and explored the eastern slope of the Rockies, hunting game and guiding other hunters and explorers, including George Bird Grinnell, the Baring brothers, and Ralph Pulitzer.


Cordann
Excellent Stories.
Bad Sunny
While this book has its place, read The Ways of My Grandmothers by Beverly Hungry Wolf if you want to know what it was like to BE Indian. Being from Montana I'm very familiar with Schultz and his wife; and their involvement in the loss and recovery of medicine bundles that went to Bernadotte in Sweden. Schultz was 88 when he died in 1947 so his wonderful story telling has its place. But, in general, I'm leery of books that make it appear that Indian culture is a pre-20th century phenomena when it is alive and well NOW. I would wish that if you enjoy this book that you would also take a moment to read contemporary authors on what it is like on the Red Road today. Native America, today, is alive and well. There are problems in any culture, but the gifts are many. Hope to see you on the pow-wow trail!
Kefrannan
J. W. Schultz was a storyteller extraordinaire, not an historian. If you want the true flavor of the times and people portrayed in this book, without being a stickler for correct dates and perhaps even names, then this book is for you.