He was a peaceloving man forced to fight for his kin and his rights against the U. S. Army. In the forty years since Richard Lamb had come to Montana, he had built a thriving trading post where he lived with his Blackfoot Indian wife, their children and grandchildren. It was a hard, but happy existence. That is until "they" came. Captain Partridge had orders to arrest Lamb's entire family, then place them on the Blackfoot Reservation. Halfindian was Indian enough for Partridge. To Lamb, family was family, and no one was going to touch his while so much as a single breath was left in his body!