The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

by Harold Bindloss

Life in the western cattle country in the early '70's, when the "Homesteaders" were beginning to appropriate the government iands so long used as grazing country by the rich cattle raisers. The cattle baron's daughter had tried to be a singer, but after a few years in New York City abandoned the idea and went home to take her part in the great excitement. Neighbors took different sides, and her lifelong chum and companion and her father made her heart and head and her filiat duty very hard to view in dutiful and just perspective.

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