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The Way West (1955)

Blackfeet used to fight. They do not fight much now. They are fewer."
Summers nodded. "The big sickness."
" I have meat and a robe," White Hawk said again.
" You are my brother."
" I will give you a squaw." Before Summers answered, White Hawk called out, and a young woman with deer eyes came from a lodge, her body upstanding and rounded under the leather dress. "You will be Big Hunter's squaw as long as he smokes with us."
She didn't speak or nod her head, but the look of willingness was in her face, as if he, old Dick Summers, was something under a robe. Maybe he was, he thought, maybe he would be after the long no-having, but it was still the mark of age that he should doubt himself. It struck him, in the little time before he answered, that doubts were age. Doubts of self, of the worth-whileness of living, of the purpose of thingsthey were age. The young didn't doubt.
He said, "You are good. I do not know. It is many moons since I lived with the Shoshones. I have been a long time away, and I do not know. My medicine is weak."
" Come and smoke."
" I must lead the white party to camp, and then we will all smoke. Does it please you if we camp upstream?"
" Tell the white brothers to come, and we will smoke and give presents and trade."
The sun slid behind the westward hills, leaving high in the sky the blaze of its going, while wagons were set and tents pitched and Indian met white and the pipe passed and goods changed hands. Against the

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