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The Way West (1955)

Evans knew with the pride that wouldn't stand words, because she stood by him again. "I don't never hope to get rid of that bull-roarin' in my ears."
" I got so I don't notice it, hardly," Evans said while he went to unhitching.
" Sol You don't hear it now, I reckon?"
" Not with people talkin' so much," he answered, and looked up and winked at her.
He worked fast, hoping others did, too, feeling on him the push of coming darkness and the weight of the cloud at his back. "You water 'em," he said to Brownie, "and take 'em out to graze. That way looks best." He motioned with his thumb. "Come about dark, we'll put as many oxen in with the horses as the corral will hold. We'll forgit about milkin'. Cow doesn't give but a cupful, anyhow."
" I'll take the horse, Pa," Brownie said and untied and got on, driving the three teams before him.
" You're anxious, Lije." Rebecca didn't put the words as a question.
" Just a mite. I'll be back in a shake." He left her and made the rounds of the wagons, talking to what men he saw. Hobble every horse before turning them out for their hour or so of grazingl Keep the best oxen close, to shove in the corral with the horses! Best grass was that way, what there was of it. Then come and cut wood for firesl Buffalo might run. The men nodded, not questioning him, though the thought came to him, and was pushed away, that he spoke like Tadlock. The horse herd came up in a bunch and narrowed into a line and flowed into the corral through the gap left for them. He told the drivers what he had told the rest. "Botter, ask the cow guards to take 'em

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