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  • Title: Sinopah the Indian Boy
  • Author: James Willard Schultz
  • ISBN: 9780825303258
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover

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    James Willard Schultz
    James Willard Schultz, or Apikuni, born August 26, 1859, died June 11, 1947 was a noted author, explorer, Glacier National Park guide, fur trader and historian of the Blackfoot Indians.James Willard Schultz J.W Schultz started writing at the age of 21, publishing articles and stories in Forest and Stream for 15 years He did not write his first book until 1907 at age 48 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 In 1911, he associated himself with publishers Houghton Mifflin who published Schultz s subsequent books for the next 30 years In all, Schultz wrote and published 37 fiction and non fiction books dealing with the Blackfoot, Kootenai, and Flathead Indians His works received critical literary acclaim from the general media as well as academia for his story telling and contributions to ethnology Sometime after 1902, while living in Southern California, Schultz worked for a while as the literary editor of the Los Angeles Times.


    Commentaires:

    Mel Foster
    This book is the story of the very early childhood and adventures of a young Blackfeet boy named Sinopah living around the early 1800s. Typical of James Willard Schultz, the book spends lots of time talking about the culture, religion, and life of the Blackfeet. It is a very short read and an inexpensive edition, which might make it valuable to a teacher looking to give students a taste of Native American life. It is worth nothing that though Schultz was born in Boonville in Upstate NY, he moved [...]

    LadyCalico
    I am working my way through all the James Willard Schultz books available on Project Gutenberg and am finding them absolutely fascinating. This was not my favorite so far since it was written in a more distant and pedantic style about an Blackfoot boy's life from birth until he puts aside childish things to begin formal training to be a man and a warrior, although all his life until that point had been informal training, as his father and grandfather teach him many wise life lessons leading up t [...]

    Nancy
    SinopahA story of the birth and growth of an Indian boy destined to beChief of his people, the Black feet. The author vividly depicts the life and the beliefs of these people in realistic terms. He lived and worked among them many years and his affection for them shines through in every sentence.

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