Amateur painter, anthropologist, photographer, botanist, geologist, and musician, in 1926, he published a small book, Indian Stories and Legends of the Stillagaumish and Allied Tribes.
Long time ago Indian, hee’s got trouble all the time; hee’s got no fire to cook meat and make warm. Spose you like to hear how Indian got some fire?
From Toll Dachib to Skabalko, the junction of the rivers at Arlington, were several temporary camps.
The Indian had no law books. He had the unwritten law. It worked.
In the time before the white settlers came, the Indians did not have the kind of dog they have now.