A Blackfoot Winter CountBook - 1965
"The winter counts of the Blackfoot Indians, like those of other Plains tribes, were simple but effective methods of reckoning time. One outstanding event was recorded for each year and, if nothing occurred which affected the whole tribe, a local or personal incident was recorded. Thus, winter counts kept by different men varied in some years but were identical in recording epidemics, treaties and other significant events." - Page 3.
Publisher: Calgary, Alberta : Glenbow-Alberta Institute, ©1965.
Characteristics: 20 pages :,lack and white illustrations, photographs ;,24 cm.