Stands A Calder Man
Webb Calder fought the newcomers who rushed to claim grasslands where Calder cattle grazed. But he could not resist Lilli -- a proud and lovely young immigrant, loyal to the homesteader's cause, and to her husband.
Still, a Calder kept what he had and got what he wanted. Where a man stands for what he believes, there Stands a Calder Man.
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