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The Way West (1955)

he'd like to think there were other things he was pretty much of.
" Don't take a teamster. Just takes a setter."
" Still-"
" Whyn't you wait until we try her out?"
" I'd like for the children to go in your wagons," Byrd said simply.
There it was again, Evans thought, the womanish faith in him, the clinging confidence that made him feel half sheepish but somehow answerable. "Bring 'em up if you're bound to," he said.
There were nine Byrd children, not counting the one unborn. Byrd herded them up. The oldest in the bunch was Jeff, who was maybe twelve and fair and open-faced like his father. He climbed into Brownie's wagon and took the toddler that Byrd lifted up. Three others climbed in after him. The rest would wait for Becky's wagon.
" Ready," Evans said.
" Here we go, hoss," Summers said to Brownie. He kicked his horse and reined around. Brownie hollered at the team.
The oxen took to the water slowly, staring out across it as if to calculate their chances. Already the current was bucking against Dick's horse.
Here was the deepest part, from shore to nearer island, the deepest but not the swiftest or the riskiest. The water climbed fast, up the legs of the leaders, to their bellies, up their bellies, streaming around the little dams that their bodies made. Evans wrenched his horse close, so as to be able to use the poke.
The lead yoke sank into a hole and lined out, swimming, giving to the current, their chins flattened on the

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