Firearm also changed the face of warfare of the Indian people. Those that have more firearms always tend to be on favor against the other side, so firearms become a priority among trading with the Europeans. In the conflict between the Shoshoni and the Blackfeet firearm changed the way they were fighting.3 Each side tried to trade with the European and other Indian for as much firearm and horses as possible. The Blackfeet then found out the Shoshoni trading route so they blocked the pathway making only a few guns to reach the Shoshoni and eventually pushed the Shoshoni back t the Rocky Mountain. This is one of many conflicts that proved firearm to be essential in the history of warfare.
Wars that the Indian experienced are not only between the tribes alone but also between them and the Europeans. They are valuable