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Scourge of the South (Linford Western)

by George Holt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 144480166X, Paperback)

When the Sioux sweep down from the hills only two people escape with their lives, Big Jim Ratford and twelve year old Sam strake. Captured by the Sioux, Sam lives with them for ten years and becomes a warrior, well versed in their ways.

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The problems and cultural upheavals, around the time of the Civil War, would vastly change the Indian's ways... When the Sioux swept down on the wagon train from the hills - only two people remained alive, Big Jim Ratford and twelve-year-old Sam Strake. They captured Sam, and ten years later he became a warrior, living a good life. But trouble loomed. The whites wanted their land - the buffalo herds were slaughtered, and in desperation the Indians sued for peace...… (more)

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