This is a ood story "told by a fourteen year old boy of a Black Foot Indian tribe when his "by a fourteen year old boy of a Black Foot Indian tribe when his went against the hunting rules
of the tribe T Lone Bull s Mistake a very ood readIt was a joy to be the tribe T Lone Bull s Mistake a very ood readIt was a joy to be to read this book The insight into the Native American way of life and how the family and friends dealt with Lone Bull and not Swing Sideways giving up on him and he learning about himself Very positive Loved this story about an Indian Family and their troubles searching for another place to live on the plains Their father broke a rule with the tribe and struggled with his stubbornness After much trouble in travels opportunity opens to make amens and acceptance I never thought I would enjoy 18th century American Indians adventure until I found this book The storytelling is excellent It hasiven such reat insights of the tribes involved especially the Pikuni Assiniboines and the Crow I can vividly imagine each tribe and how they live their lives The messagevalue are also strong the ego and stubbornness of the Lone Bullthe determination of the narrator to help his family Black Otter the son of Lone. Lone Bull's Mistake' a stirring tale of the Blackfeet Indians by James Willard Schultz was pronounced the best of all Mr Schultz's Indian stories It is the story of an Indian man without a country It Tells Of The tells of the of a rebellious Blackfoot Indian and his.
James Willard Schultz ñ 9 DownloadHE HARDSHIP AND WENT FROM BEING PROSPEROUS MEMBERS OF "THEIR TRIBE TO POVERTY STRICKEN BEGGARS THERE IS MORE "TRIBE TO POVERTY STRICKEN BEGGARS THERE IS MORE THE STORY AND IT IS WELL WORTH THE READ Excellent
"bookReading James Schultz is a wonderful experience His descriptions are so vivid that you can easily picture the scenes "James Schultz is a wonderful experience His descriptions are so vivid that you can easily picture the scenes your mind as you read I m in the process of reading all his work I definitely recommend Good storyThe writer knows his topic even to include Jim Beckwourth being at the trading post Schultz has done his research This1918 book was written by James Shultz who married and lived among the Pikuni tribe in the 1880 s He operated a couple of fur trading posts in Montana The plot is a frame for an adventure around Montana in the early days of outposts and fur trading before the buffalo died I think this story ave me a better understanding of social expectations and skills among the native americans I followed up with Mr Shultz s recounting of his real life experiences in My Life as an Indian Good bookBook described in detail the daily life of an Indian Written so well I felt I was there Hard to put the book down. Ibe to tribe until the man's better nature asserts itself and he rejoins his people when an opportunity comes to save them from an enemy The author is one of our most famous old time frontiersmen and Indian fighters and an Indian by adoption into the Blackfoot trib. .
Bullthe value of relationship son to father among the members and beautifully the friendship of the Black Otter "s mother with Sah kwi ah ki how negative lead to unfortunate thingsvice versa "mother with Sah kwi ah ki how negative believes lead to unfortunate thingsvice versa how love forgiveness and harsh experience can change a person There are also a lot of woo woo stuff that I learn from the story such as how a young boy in the tribe obtain his medicine in order to become a man Definitely a Dancing with Mr. Darcy great read Love all the books by this writer I haveained so much knowledge of our first people I have always been a reader of US History but none of the reat history writers and books that I have read addressed all of our history Reading Mr Schultz first hand accounts of native life and customs has been an eye opener WHAT A WONDERFUL ADVENTURE 18TH CENTURY AMERICAN PLAINS INDIANSJAMES WILLARD SCHULTZ DID A SUPERB JOB OF TELLING HIS STORY ABOUT A BLACKFOOT FAMILY AND THEIR TRIALS AND SUFFERING BECAUSE THE FATHER WAS TOO FULL OF PRIDE AND EGO HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN FOLLOWED HIM FAITHFULLY AS HE FOOLISHLY LEFT THEIR TRIBE
DURING THEIR TRAVELS THEY SUFFEREDTHEIR TRAVELS THEY SUFFERED Family after his punishment for a breach of the tribe's hunting laws It is the account of the wanderings and misfortunes of a Blackfoot Indian who rebels at the tribal hunting laws and with his family leaves the camp of his people The family wander homeless from tr.