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by James Willard Schultz

Author: James Willard Schultz
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Beaufort Books; 1 edition (November 1, 1985)
Pages: 103 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.5
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Author of My life as an Indian, With the Indians in the Rockies, Sinopah, Blackfeet and buffalo, The quest of the fish-dog skin, Floating on the Missouri, The Gold . With the Indians in the Rockies.

Author of My life as an Indian, With the Indians in the Rockies, Sinopah, Blackfeet and buffalo, The quest of the fish-dog skin, Floating on the Missouri, The Gold Cache, Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park. Blackfeet and buffalo. The quest of the fish-dog skin.

James Willard Schultz’s most popular book is My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red. The James Willard Schultz Native American Collection: Sinopah, Rising Wolf, Blackfeet Tales, With the Indians in the Rockies, The War-Trail Fort by. Sinopah: The Indian Boy by. James Willard Schultz, E. Boyd Smith (Illustrator). James Willard Schultz.

Schultz, James Willard, 1859-1947. Series statement from jacket. Pitamakan, Siksika chief, Siksika Indians. New York : Beaufort Books in association with Confluence Press. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Especially enjoyed this tale by James Willard Schultz as the story revolved around the Quest of two young boys, one . I chose this book because it had a lot of adventure and it told of how the Indians lived and hunted, they used all parts of the animals.

Especially enjoyed this tale by James Willard Schultz as the story revolved around the Quest of two young boys, one Native American and the other white. Lots of exciting adventure. The Author also lived during the time line of the story. It's a short book one can easily read over the weekend instead of watching TV.

He operated a fur trading post at Carroll, Montana 47°34′25″N 108°22′24″W, and lived among the Pikuni tribe during the period 1880-82.

James Willard Schultz Reprint Series). The author, from the 1870s - and throughout his adult life - lived among the Blackfoot tribe. Items related to Sinopah, The Indian Boy: A Novel. A fine adventure tale. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. First Ed thus; First Printing indicated. Home James Willard Schultz. Sinopah, The Indian Boy: A Novel. ISBN 10: 0825303257, ISBN 13: 9780825303258.

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Author James Willard Schultz. Categories: Fiction Historical Fiction, Nonfiction. 8/10 17. Books by James Willard Schultz: With the Indians in the Rockies. 9, 10. Apauk Caller of Buffalo .

You must help us, Wesley. From this point on, there were days at a time when we saw no Indians,and the various kinds of game animals were more and more plentiful andtame. Show the boy the dark side of the plains life, the hardships and dangersof i. In our little sitting-room there was a picture of Grandfather Fox, atall, dark man with a long wig. He wore a long-tailed coat with atremendous collar, knee-breeches, black stockings, and shoes withenormous buckles. At last, several days after passing Fort Clarke, we came to theAmerican Fur Company's greater post, Fort Union, situated on the northbank of the river about five miles above the mouth of the Yellowstone.

Recounts the childhood of Sinopah, who later became the great Blackfoot chief, Pitamakan, or Running Eagle