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The Old North Trail

Walter McClintock

The Old North Trail

or, Life, legends and religion of the Blackfoot Indians.

by Walter McClintock

  • 238 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Siksika Indians,
  • Northwestern States -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1977?]

    SeriesHRAF -- 4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination27, 539 p.
    Number of Pages539
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17781241M

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The Old North Trail by Walter McClintock Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Old North Trail was an ancient footpath that passed through their territory. In places, old ruts are still visible. Today, some suspect that it may have been 2, to 3, miles long, linking Canada and Mexico.

Because many tribes used the trail, travel was dangerous. It was a Cited by: Chapter XXIV. Along the Old North Trail Chapter XXV. Spotted Eagle's Mythical Stories of Old Man Chapter XXVI. Onesta And The Bear Spear Chapter XXVII. Camp of the Bloods Chapter XXVIII.

Camp of Brings-down-the-Sun Chapter XXIX. Proper Names Chapter XXX. Onesta Gives the Crow Beaver Ceremonial Chapter XXXI. The Rival Leaders Chapter XXXII. The book that resulted, The Old North Trail, became an invaluable ethnographic history of the Blackfeet.

The This is an extended review of this classic book regarding the Blackfeet tribe. Over a century ago ina Blackfoot Indian named Siksikakoan invited Walter McClintock to visit his home on the Blackfeet reservation/5(13).

The Old North Trail is an ancient highway that runs from the the northern stretches of Canada all the way down to the hot deserts of Mexico.

In Montana, the trail marks the divide between the Author: Sarah Dettmer. The Blackfeet called it the “Old North Trail,” following it along the east side of the Rockies from their northern hunting grounds to their southern winter encampments.

Approximat years ago it extended across the ice bridge from Siberia southward into Mexico. Inquire at Old Trail Museum in Choteau. Markers can be found along the. years inhabitants of North America used the Old North Trail, first on foot, then with dogs pulling cargo-laden travois, and finally with horses.

CHAPTER XXXIII THE OLD NORTH TRAIL. Brings-down-the-Sun comments on his boyhood name Running Wolf.—He tells about the Old North Trail formerly used by Indian tribes.—The Lone Pine Tree land-mark.—A former Blackfoot expedition into Mexico along the Old North Trail.—It returns with the Dancing Pipe.—Blackfeet names for rivers, mountains and other land-marks along the trail.

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By invitation, and where The Old North Trail, Life, Legends and Religion of the Blackfeet Indian begins, McClintock rode with Siksikakoan (which translates as Blackfoot Man) over the northern Rockies, crossing with pack-horses at what is today known as Cutbank Pass. It is possible, by following McClintock’s written descriptions, to follow the.

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Full text of "The old north trail, or, Life, legends and religion of the Blackfeet Indians". The Old North Trail: Life, Legends and Religon of the Blackfeet Indians by Walter McClintock. I know a few of my extended family will like this book. Walter McClintock took an interest in the Blackfeet around the turn of the 20th century/5(43).

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