Frontier Stories

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1898 - American fiction - 246 pages

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Page 97 - The winter winds blow bleak and chill, The quaking, quivering aspen waves About the summit of the hill — Above the unrecorded graves Where halt abandoned burros feed And coyotes call — and this is Creede.
Page 57 - white blood" to make them ambitious, and enough red to make them kill a man for a new saddle.
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Page 105 - I want no fenced-in graveyard, With snorin' souls about; Just cache me in the desert, When my light goes out.

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