Since the Plains Indians had no written language, chosen individuals kept the legend alive and passed them down to the next generation. As dawn breaks on Chief Mountain in Montana, a holy man (portrayed after George Kicking Woman, the last surviving medicine man of the Piegan
Nation), instructs a younger man on the legends of the Blackfeet people. Influencing every part of their lives, the Blackfeet legends included tales of the tribes' origin, their religion, heroic deeds of their people and the evil ways of their enemies.
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