Eldon Yellowhorn, is a member of the Piikani Nation and esteemed professor of First Nations studies at Simon Fraser University. He is co-author of Turtle Island, the first book in this series with award-winning Toronto author Kathy Lowinger. They have teamed up again and this time share accounts of the people, places, and events that have mattered to Eldron Yellowhorn in ‘What the Eagle Sees: Indigenous stories of rebellion and renewal’. This colourful and detailed book with reference to multimedia links, highlights key moments in Indigenous history. Despite crushing losses and insurmountable challenges new nations were formed, new ideas adopted and built upon, and culture was kept alive through surviving. This book covers the vikings, slavery, forging new nations, battling invaders, new ways, victory is survival, resisting assimilation, dancing and the eagle has landed, understanding the past, soaring into the future. The glossary, selected sources and index provide makes this an easily accessible guide for educators and for students as a research resource for culture and history.