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Molly McDonald

A Tale of the Old Frontier

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Author: Randall Parrish
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 79,480 / 233 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,954
Added to site: 2006.02.19 12750
Genres: Western, Romance

yes," he confessed apologetically.

Travers was on his feet now, gesticulating with his pipe.

"Damn! I knew I'd seen your face somewhere. It was two years ago at Washita. Say, Dan, this is the right man for you; better than any fledgling West Pointer. Why, he is the same lad who brought in Dugan--you heard about that!"

The Major shook his head.

"No! Oh, of course not. Nothing that goes on out here ever drifts east of the Missouri. Lord! We might as well be serving in a foreign country. Well, listen: I was at Washita then, and had the story first-hand. Dugan was a Lieutenant in 'D' Troop, out with his first independent command scouting along the Canadian. He knew as much about Indians as a cow does of music. One morning the young idiot left camp with only one trooper along--Hamlin here--and he was a 'rookie,' to follow up what looked like a fresh trail. Two hours later they rode slap into a war party, and the fracas was on. Dugan got a ball through the body at the first fire that par

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****

A good adventure of the Plains set a few years before Custer\'s last stand. Historically and geographically accurate but with romance and mystery.



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