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The Way West (1955)

"Holdridge and McBee and Patch, with the cattle. Summers wanted a strong guard tonight." "Right."
" Summers says sometimes thievin' Injuns make out to be wolves."
" You'll have to watch out."
" Says he's seen 'em do it, but maybe the Kaws won't.
Not much grit in their gizzards."
" You watch, just the same."
" Sure. Dick says any time you get over the Kaw you
better look out. This here's Delaware country." "Delaware?"
" But it's the Pawnees you have to keep your eyes skinned for."
" Does Summers know everything?"
" Why," the boy said, "I s'pose not, but he knows a store of things."
Mack liked Summers and he liked Brownie, but still he was prompted to say, "You'd think from the talk that no one had any sense but Summers."
Brownie didn't answer. With a boy's deference to his elders he kept quiet, but Mack knew he was resentful, as he wanted him to be.
A star streamed down the western sky, and, as if glad for its excuse, Brownie asked, "You reckon that star hit in Oregon, Mr. Mack?"
Before Mack could answer, a rifle cracked at the far side of the herd. The sound of it died into a sharp, thinking silence. Brownie jerked his rifle up. "Injunsl Injunsl"
" Listenl"
What Mack heard was the camp shouting, shouting

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