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The Way West (1955)

"You can have Him. This child wouldn't care for none."
Hearing Dick, Evans knew something about him he hadn't quite known before. Dick was tender and tough, both, and the one explained the other when you came to think about it.
Dick stuffed the canvas under his arm. "You go on. Give me a little time, and I'll fix the grave so no Injun eye can spot it.
" All right. Might as well let me take the canvas."
Evans headed for camp. Halfway there, he saw Brownie coming to meet him.
" Pa?" Brownie said while still a half a dozen steps away."
" What is it, boy?"
" I got the tent down and the wagons loaded and the oxen hitched and all."
" So?"
" And it ain't my turn with the cattle."
" What you workin' up to?"
" So could I stay back and chisel my name on the rock?"
" You had all yesterday, Brownie."
" Not all. I stood guard and killed the snake and things."
" It ain't safe."
" Please, Pa. It's safe enough. You'll be in sight for a long ways."
" Why you so took of a sudden to cut your name?"
" I just am, Pa."
Evans noticed that Brownie's eye wouldn't quite meet his. The boy was holding something back, some foolish notion, likely, that was still his notion and his

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