This is a factual account of the relationship of the Blackfoot and the settlers in the territory that later became Alberta, Canada. It chronicles relationships for roughly two decades. The book is populated by characters and legends.
If you are a history buff, this book may be for you. It is informative but unless history oriented, you may find yourself drowsing.
I particular liked the description of an early Fort Macleod where it was detailed that they had two blacksmiths, two butcher shops, fifteen stores, four churches and (wait for it) nine saloons for three hundred people. It appears they had specific priorities.
This was an interesting book.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.