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The Watchers of the Plains

Ridgwell Cullum

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The latter was different from the rest of her race. She was almost civilized, a woman of strong, honest character in spite of her upbringing. And between Rosebud and this squaw a strong friendship had sprung up. Kindly Rube and his wife could not find it in their hearts to interfere, and even Seth made no attempt to check it. He looked on and wondered without approval; and wonder with him quickly turned into keen observation.

And it is with this strange friendship that we have to deal now.

Inside the log hut on the White River, Wanaha was standing before a small iron cook-stove preparing her husband’s food. It was the strangest sight imaginable to see her cooking in European fashion. Yet she did it in no uncertain manner. She learned it all because she loved her white husband, just as she learned to speak English, and to dress after the manner of white women. She went further. With 59 the assistance of the missionary and Rosebud she learned to r. . . Read More

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Reading this story reminded me of old time movies from the 1920s. A check of the author's background showed that he had lived in the era of the story. I believe the story properly describes the time , location, and actions of the people he describes.