This is an enlightening account of three pioneering Scots and the special relationships they had with the native people of North America. Hugo Reid, Alexander Ross and Charles McKenzie fought against the attitudes of prejudice of their day and assumed the language and culture of the tribes they encountered and married into. This is the fascinating story of their experiences and achievements in a land far away from their Scottish birthplace.
Tom Bryan is a writer of fiction and non-fiction. He was born in Canada but has lived much of his adult life in Scotland. Formerly Arts Development Officer for Caithness, he now lives in the Scottish Borders.