Lost Stage Valley
In the turbulent days before the Civil War, bandits posing as Southern patriots were threatening to wipe out the famous Butterfield Stagecoach Line. John Butterfield turned to Grif Holbrook, his ace trouble shooter, for help. But Grif wanted to retire and settle down -- until Lincoln himself said that the Butterfield line was worth two infantry divisions to the North, and Grif gave in.
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