Chapter 4, Note 4 (pages 72 and 239)

Big Bear’s negative reputation—from Cree border-crossings in the early 1880s to his involvement in the bloody North-West Rebellion—would dominate the  minds of Montanans when Big Bear’s son, Little Bear (Imasees), crossed into Montana and made a decades-long attempt to establish permanent residence. (p. 72) Chapter 4, Note 4 . . …