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  • My Life as an Indian
  • James Willard Schultz
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  • 13 October 2019
  • 9781602397347

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James Willard Schultz ò 3 free download My Life as an Indian review à 3 Tion when he met the Blackfeet and uickly settled into their lifestyle even taking a Blackfoot woman for his wife and riding along with the men on buffalo hunts and wars with neighboring trib. Nice cover and good text Some limitations on the content because this is history from many years before present I enjoyed the writers efforts Many interesting adventures and facts about the culture of the plains tribes Kitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress riding along with the men on buffalo hunts and wars with neighboring trib. Nice cover and good text Some limitations on the content because this is history from many years before present I enjoyed the writers efforts Many interesting adventures and facts about the culture of the plains tribes

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My Life as an Indian

James Willard Schultz ò 3 free download My Life as an Indian review à 3 Dventure Schultz went west and became a trapper and trader He was inspired by the journals of Lewis and Clark and George Catlin’s Oregon Trail but found a wholly different source of inspira. First a little story about why I read this book I was visiting tribal colleges for my work and last August I visited Blackfeet Community College in Browning Montana I was getting some mementos and give aways at the campus store and I saw all these books about Blackfeet history and language I asked the teacher who was with me if she could recommend a book She was very excited to talk about the books and this is the book she said I should read She said this is the book that is given at the BCC to incoming students because it is a light adventurous read I have read it and I can attest that it is indeed an adventurous read It is also very entertaining and fast despite being over 400 pages long I took much longer than most people will need to read it because I ve had other issues come up Partly I am using the memoir as research for a book that I am writing which is why I have cataloged it under researchMy thoughts are always of those days days before the accursed railroads and the hordes of settlers they brought swept us all Indians and frontiersman and buffalo from the face of the earth so to speakMy Life as an Indian is an autobiographical memoir by JW Schultz who published many books about his time with the Blackfeet in Montana It begins with Schultz as a young boy who always wanted to go west and ends with him a married man who has lived to see the loss of bison and the coming of railroads Schultz gives a very personal account of his life on the plains as a trader trapper hunter and even farmer He talks of the many Blackfeet he met including his future wife Nat ah ki His descriptions show the differences between the cultures such as burial rites and marriage but the memoir is at its best when it is humanizing the people he lives among When he published this in 1906 I can only guess at home highly stereotyped were white people s perceptions of the Blackfeet But this book is full of very three dimensional people who suffer the same ups and downs as all peoples They fall in and out of love they suffer jealousy rage they are prejudiced they are fearful and they are also hopeful and accommodating They mourn the loss of loved ones They take care of friends and family There is a horribly tragic love triangle almost Shakespearean in its telling which really stuck out for me There is also the beautiful love and deep sadness of the two central characters the author and his wife I look forward to reading books by JW Schultz and highly recommend the book to anyone who wants to learn about the Blackfeet of the 1800s Capacities, Capacity Constraints and Capacity Reserves of Airports, Today and in the Future read this book I was visiting tribal colleges for my work and last August I visited Blackfeet Community College in Browning Montana I was getting some mementos and give aways at the campus store and I saw all these books about Blackfeet history and language I asked the teacher who was with me if she could Simon and the Messy World recommend a book She was very 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James Willard Schultz ò 3 free download My Life as an Indian review à 3 First published in 1907 My Life as an Indian is the memoir of J W Schultz’s life as a young white man among the Piegan Blackfeet in the Montana Territory Out of curiosity and in search of a. Fascinating memoirs of a white man who lived among the Piegan Blackfeet native tribe The book is a well written easy read I was surprising to discover in a book first published in 1907 a narrative so direct and fluid devoid of old fashion jargonThe exciting adventures of the protagonist as a young man have an underlining of sadness for the fate of the natives which have lost their land and uite often their life to the white man At times Shultz seemed to me a bit of a hypocrite ready to distantiate himself from most of the blame for his past as trader he freely admits taking advantage of the natives ignorance by pointing to the US government officials and other parties as the worst offenders In general despite his assurances I didn t develop a high opinion of Shultz as a person he was prepared to view spoilerleave his woman without an explanation while promising her to return The fact that he coundn t stay away and later return to her didn t change the substance of the matter for me In addition I didn t like the practice of poisoning of wolves and other wildlife as well as the procuring of a dog for the Crows feast hide spoiler