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A Tale of the Western Plains by G. A. Henty
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A Tale of the Western Plains (1891)

by G. A. Henty

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Cedar Gulch was, in 1851, a flourishing camp.
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Henty transports young readers back to the early days of America's frontier with a narrative that's both exciting and educational. In this "fiercely accurate" adventure, young Hugh Tunstall travels from England to the American West where he finds work on a cattle ranch, encounters hostile Indians, and chases kidnappers. 5 illustrations.

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In 1859, sixteen-year-old Hugh travels from England to the American West and finds work on a cattle ranch, where he struggles with the elements, fights Indians, and chases kidnappers.

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