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The Way West (1955)

night. While he talked, he still kept listening, still kept looking, as if conversation didn't any more than touch his surface.
" Expecting trouble?" Mack asked.
" Maybe not. Those pore Kaws, though, they get hungry and cold. And stealin's fun to an Injun."
Mack said, "Damn nuisances," and felt a little surprise when Summers answered, "They got their ways, like we got ours. I reckon we're a heap big nuisance to them."
" I can't see it," Mack answered, though he did. He put an edge in his tone. "They'll have to learn."
He waited, but Summers answered only, "Reckon so."
" I'm going to have a look at the cattle."
The grass was new and soft underfoot, so that, even in factory shoes, he could walk as quietly as an Indian himself. The cattle would be to the north, away from the river. He took his bearings and confirmed them, idly, by lining up the side of the Dipper with the North Star. After a while he saw movement ahead and called out and walked on up and found the movement to be the boy, Brownie Evans, whom he had hired to help with the cattle. "All quiet?"
" Critters are kind of scary."
Mack narrowed his eyes and saw the cattle, a darker patch against the dark slope. "Wonder why?"
" Injun smell, I figger."
" Any sign of Indians?"
" Not unless it's them wolves."
" Nearly time for the next watch, isn't it?"
" Be a spell yet."
" Who's out, besides you?"

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