He was a peace-loving man forced to fight for his kin and his rights against the U. S. Army. In the 40 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 and place them on the Blackfoot Reservation. Half-Indian 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!