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Deep Furrows

Which Tells of Pioneer Trails Along Which the Farmers of Western Canada Fought Their Way to Great Achievements in Co-Operation

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Author: Hopkins Moorhouse (Arthur Herbert Joseph Moorhouse)
Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 74,848 / 230 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.8
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 290
Added to site: 2007.06.02
mnybks.net#: 17167
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upon, apparently, without a single weapon left with which----

The eyes of the man in the broad-brimmed hat grew grave. Scoff as he might among the men of the district when the serious ones voiced their fears to him, his own thoughts always came back to those fears. From the Red River Valley to the foothills long-smouldering indignation was glowing like a streak of fire in the prairie grass; a spark or two more and nothing could stop the conflagration that would sweep the plains country. If the law were to fail these red-blooded and long-suffering homesteaders there would be final weapons alright--real weapons! It was no use shutting one's eyes to the danger. Some fool would do something rash, and with the farmers already inflamed and embittered, there was no telling what desperate things might be attempted.

That was the fear which stirred and perplexed the solitary traveller; for he had heard things that afternoon--seen things that he did not like but could not ignore. He recognized an undercurr

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