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The Way West (1955)

"He had a pinched-up face," the woman said over her shoulder.
He walked through a room and opened the door to the quarters he and his family occupied. He looked at Judith, letting his face ask how Tod was. She smiled and called out, "Toddie, your father's home." Tod came out of the kitchen, riding a stick for a horse.
" Pretty frisky, aren't you, boy?"
Tod unstraddled the stick. "I'm going to ride him to Oregon."
" That's a fine horse," Fairman said, touching the stick. "For a five-year-old you're a good picker."
Judith smiled at the boy and put her hand on his head. "He'll be ready. He's getting to be a stout boy."
" This is still fever country," Fairman cautioned her.
" Not like Paducah."
" Maybe not. He does look better." Fairman told himself it was true that Tod did. The boy was still thin as a twig and frail-looking, like a young bird, but his eyes were clear now and his color better.
" I'm fine," Tod said. "Why don't we go now? Why do we have to wait, Pa?"
" We'll be going soon. And remember to say Father."
Judith barely shook her head as if to say not to bother over trifles.
" I don't like `Pa,' " he answered, knowing she was right.
" We've eaten," Judith told him. "You were so long. There's cold chicken and corn bread and milk on the table."
He went into the kitchen, or the room that passed for a kitchen, and sat down at the hand-hewn table. "Judie," he said while he tore a thigh and drumstick

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