In Exile and Other Stories

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BiblioBazaar, 2007 - Literary Criticism - 152 pages
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Ruth Mary watched them with much interest, for travelers such as these seemed to be seldom came as far up Bear River valley as the Tullys' cattle range. The visitors who came to them were mostly cow-boys looking up stray cattle, or miners on their way to the "Banner district," or packers with mule trains going over the mountains, to return in three weeks, or three months, as their journey prospered. Fishermen and hunters came up into the hills in the season of trout and deer, but they came as a rule on horseback, and at a distance were hardly to be distinguished from the cow-boys and the miners.

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Mary Hallock Foote (1847-1938) was a highly successful writer and illustrator of stories and novels about the West.

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