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The Way West (1955)

"Shoo! That ain't nothin'. Not for Dick."
Lije was feeling big. As they sat down to eat, Rebecca thought she would have known it from his looks, without a word being said.
" That Dickl" he said and speared a slice of fish.
She asked, "What about him?"
" Knows everything. Fixes for everything. We'll be afloat tomorrow." He paused, getting, she knew, a small enjoyment from their wonderment.
" I thought there wasn't boats."
" Ain't."
" Well?"
" You know them buffalo Dick had us skin and save the hides?"
" Out with it, Pal" Brownie said.
" It's them we'll sail on, in a way." Lije let them fig ure for a minute. "These Injuns got canoes, but nary stitch of clothes. Gits cold in the winter, too. They sure like buffalo robes."
" You aim to sail in one of them rough dugouts?"
Rebecca asked.
He shook his head. "That Dickl Wanted us to get busy, before the canoes was all traded off."
" I swear, Lije, you take a heap of coaxin'."
" We'll fix us flatboats. Take down the wagons and lay the side and bottom boards across canoes and may be raise a sail. Then, hello, home."
" What about the rest?"
" What?"
" The Fairmans and Byrds?"
" That's why Dick went on. To trade for enough canoes. Come mornin' you'll see a fleet come in."
" Will it work, Lije?"

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