Scouts and others who enjoy camping and learning the lessons of outdoor life will find in this book not only new ideas but a feeling of life as it was lived by young Indian boys and girls nearly a century ago.
The Life of the Indian boy–living close to nature, learning the ways of the wild animals, playing games and learning stories that develop the strength of body and spirit—has long been noted for its ability to develop character. In this book, a full-blooded Sioux Indian raised as a young warrior in the 1870’s and 80’s, describes that like–the lessons he learned, games he played, and feelings about life that he developed as he worked to become a young Indian scout.
ISBN – 978-0-486-22995-9
Dover Publications, 1974