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The Way West (1955)

"Slick as grease, but no one would think of it but Dick. We'll have one carry, at what they call the Cascades, but like as not we can trade some lnjuns into helpin' us. You seen Mack to talk to?"
" There's talk of goin' overland, south of Mount Hood. Someone-I forget his name-is takin' a look. Mrs. Mack says they'll go that way, with wagons if they can."
Now that the news had been exchanged, Lije and Brownie went to work on supper. Rebecca got up to get more bread, for once ahead of Mercy. It did her good to see her menfolks eat. Almost before she and Mercy could make a start, they were mopping up their plates. They wiped their mouths and sat silent while Lije puffed at the pipe he'd lighted with a coal.
Other folks were through with supper, and men were drifting off from fires to join with other men while the women tidied up and bedded down the children.
Lije grinned at Mercy. "Cat got your tongue? Yours and Brownie's?"
Mercy only gave a half-smile back. Brownie said, "Watchin' cows don't give you much to say."
Lije lifted himself from the ground. "Well, boy, I reckon you can work if you can't talk. There's light enough for us to make a start on them wagons."
They kept busy until after dark. Then, saying they'd be back directly, they walked off toward the noise of voices.
With the day's work done, Rebecca sat again. Sometimes, tired, she wanted more to sit and let her thoughts slide on than to fall thoughtless into sleep. She could make out from here the dark streak of the river, carrying the dim rememberings of the day, and

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