Weasel Tail: Stories Told by Joe Crowshoe Sr. (Aapohsoyyiis), a Peigan Blackfoot Elder is written by the late Joseph Crowshoe Sr and edited by Michael Ross. The collection is based on a series of audio interviews recorded between 1991 and 1998; one year prior to Crowshoe's passing. He is the renowned Peigan Elder recognized as the knowledge keeper for Blackfoot cultural history and traditions. In addition this collection includes conversation between Joe Crowshoe and his wife, Josephine Crowshoe about their childhood spent in residential schools. The sections explain the Sun Dance, family genealogy, the Vision Quest, medicine and healing, naming, the importance of dreams, Christianity, and his visit to China. Interspersed throughout the book are archival photographs and maps. The book also contains an index. This is a valuable resource about Peigan and Blackfoot cultural traditions.