"Montana 1911: A Professor and His Wife among the Blackfeet" is a fascinating first-hand glimpse of the couple's daily activities on the reservation, as well as an intimate look at the Blackfoot way of life. Wilhelmina's diary expresses her desire to learn from the Blackfoot people and describes their faces, dwellings, dances, and songs. Her diary is supplemented with notes, an introduction to the Blackfeet and their mythology, and a biographical sketch on the Uhlenbecks. Also included is a selection of C.C. Uhlenbeck's writings on the Blackfeet from 1911 and 1912, which parallels the text from his wife's diary.
|Paperback Book, 417 pages||English|
|University of Nebraska Press (Apr. 30th, 2006)||Unknown|
|9780803218284||10.22 x 8.76 x 1.13 inches|
|Sociologists Biography & Sociologists Autobiography|