The Far Tribes

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Macmillan, Jul 31, 2007 - Fiction - 320 pages
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There are many legends of great mountain men, hunters and trappers who manage to survive on their own in the harsh landscapes and forests of the West. The frontier is full of adversity, from blood-hungry natives to the vicious beasts of the mountains, and the one name that all men of the frontier praise and whisper as if in prayer is Barnaby Skye.

Elkanah Morse came west from Lowell, Massachusetts with one goal in mind: to study the ways of the far tribes. But entrance into their world is not easy. Only one man is capable of bringing him to the natives safely, only one man who knows exactly what to bring for trade.

But Skye's advice is not enough. When rumors begin to spill that Morse is being held captive by one of the most vicious tribes in the mountains, Barnaby Skye feels compelled to take to the mountains and rescue the man . . . but he must face his most brutal battle yet.

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
15
Section 4
25
Section 5
35
Section 6
45
Section 7
55
Section 8
65
Section 17
158
Section 18
168
Section 19
188
Section 20
198
Section 21
208
Section 22
218
Section 23
228
Section 24
238

Section 9
75
Section 10
85
Section 11
96
Section 12
106
Section 13
117
Section 14
127
Section 15
138
Section 16
148
Section 25
248
Section 26
258
Section 27
268
Section 28
280
Section 29
290
Section 30
300
Section 31
310
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About the author (2007)

RICHARD S. WHEELER is the author of over fifty novels of the American West. He holds five Spur Awards and the Owen Wister Award for lifetime contributions to the literature of the West. He lives in Livingston, Montana, near Yellowstone Park, and is married to Sue Hart, an English professor at Montana State University in Billings.

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