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The Way West (1955)

East somewhere, who carried himself straight and had solemn manners with the ladies and said amen to Brother Weatherby's prayers. It was natural, Higgins thought, that on this subject, if not on any others, he should have ideas.
" None of us like it," Tadlock said, speaking, as always, as if what he said left nothing over. He said to Summers, "Are you sure?"
Summers just nodded. He was still looking across the million miles of plain. Higgins guessed he was a little put out and a little amused by what must seem silly talk to him.
Higgins followed Tadlock's gaze down to the river. There was a little flanking of bushes there and some ragged stumps and three dead trees, and Botter and Brownie Evans and some others were working with axes, trying to get enough fuel for fires. Tadlock's eyes traveled upstream where the Platte, except for one wooded island, ran bare in its great wrinkles of sand.
" No wood," Tadlock said, not as a question, while he looked for it upriver. "No wood at all."
" Not enough," Summers answered.
" How about buffalo chips?"
" Plenty. We're comin' into bufHer country."
" Mightn't they be scarce, too? Mightn't they have been used up?"
" They grow fast."
It was a keen answer, Higgins thought, but Tadlock didn't smile. "I can't understand it. Why are there trees on the islands?"
Fairman-who was a nice boy and good to work forstooped and picked up a pinch of soil and rubbed it

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