The Blackfeet

About the Author: John Canfield Ewers

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  • Paperback
  • 362 pages
  • The Blackfeet
  • John Canfield Ewers
  • English
  • 02 April 2018
  • 0806118369

The Blackfeet 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.S Government For Sustenance In This History Of The Blackfeet, Historian John C Ewers Relied On His Own Experience Living Among The Blackfeet As Well As Archival Research To Tell Of Not Only The Events That Have So Drastically Affected The Blackfeet Way Of Life, But Also The Ways The Blackfeet Have Responded, Adapting And Preserving Their Culture In The Face Of A Changing Landscape.

10 thoughts on “The Blackfeet

  1. Christopher says:

    Despite the age of the originally published text it reads as fresh as ever Due to the lack of sustained warfare with settlers, the Blackfoot experience on the plains is often overlooked I was turned on to them as a subject of military history by the excellent Thundersticks , where they occupied one of theinteresting chapters on the Native American firearms trade This led me to eventually seek out this book and I was not disappointed.Ewers had an extensive firsthand knowledge of the 3 Despite the age of the originally published text it reads as fresh as ever Due to the lack of sustained warfare with settlers, the Blackfoot experience on the plains is often overlooked I was turned on to them as a subject ...

  2. Cat says:

    I generally enjoy reading non fiction books to listening to popular music because music is sooooo corporate The downside of reading non fiction is that you can t really share your interest with anyone this contrasts sharply with music almost everyone has some opinion about some kind of popular music Most people even most readers almost never read a non fiction book exclusing self help and celebrity bios.That s a shame, because the internet makes it so easy to buy cheap used books that I generally enjoy reading non fiction books to listening to popular music because music is sooooo corporate The downside of reading non fiction is that you can t really share your interest with anyone this contrasts sh...

  3. Tommy /|\ says:

    Quite comprehensive look at the Blackfoot Indians their culture, history and even religious beliefs Ewers book is by no means a monster of a tomeand the language is kept at a level that the average reader can easily understand.

  4. Philip says:

    One of the best books I have read about the Plains people and their lost culture.

  5. Djorth says:

    good historical read can get long and drawn out.

  6. Monique Mcdonald says:

    This book is really good for introducing the life and culture of Blackfoot Indians Native Americans.

  7. Mark says:

    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.

  8. Fredrick Danysh says:

    The story of the Blackfoot Indians as they came into contact and conflict with American settlers and military.