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Reservation, who might have killed White Eagle had you not intervened. I know, too, that he wished to force White Eagle to reveal the whereabouts of the Black Land. White Eagle speaks little. It was not until last night that he told me this."
He spoke with the strange, alien dignity both of manner and words which was characteristic of the pure-blooded Indian. He had adopted many of the ways of white men, spoke their language, and yet in his mouth the words, though perfectly understood, sounded strange.
" Quietta ? You know something of this man ?"
Pasco apparently held nothing back. He stated that Quietta was but half Apache, that he was known as a petty thief, a stealer of horses. His friends, renegade like himself, were no better.
" I see-they would do much for money, maybe for illegal drink ?" asked Bill. " They would perhaps rustle cattle, poison water and make a boy prisoner, under orders ? "
Pasco inclined his head. Bill had no doubt that all this had been in his mind before the questions were posed.
" This Black Land," continued the ranger, " what is it ? "
" I will show you, as a token that we do not forget such a service as you rendered. It is White Eagle's wish. He alone of the tribe has the right to reveal its whereabouts ; he and I alone know where it lies, for our family has guarded it since time began." He paused and then added, " But I think that now others know where it lies. White Eagle has twice watched a white man near the Black Land, the man called Charlie, who is Tuck Werner's friend. He thinks this man has discovered the Black Land. And there may be another-come, I will show you the Black Land."

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