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He was a peace-loving man forced to fight for his kin and his rights against the U. S. Army. In the forty years since Richard Lamb had come to Montana, he had built a thriving trading post where he lived with his Blackfoot Indian wife, their children and grandchildren. It was a hard, but happy existence. That is until ""they"" came. Captain Partridge had orders to arrest Lamb's entire family, then place them on the Blackfoot Reservation. Half-indian was Indian enough for Partridge. To Lamb, family was family, and no one was going to touch his while so much as a single breath was left in his body!
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For anyone who likes to hate characters this novel provides two ready-made onesCaptain Joe Partridge and his brother Peter, a New York newsman. Both are driven by ambition for glory and advancement, with no holds barred in the attainment thereof. The circumstances are right for themCaptain Joe has been ordered to escort Blackfeet Indians to reservations in this troubled period in Montana after the Custer Massacre. Peter encourages him in a brutal drive of the Indians. Richard Lamb, a trader and friend of the Indians, married to one, fights for his people, paying a fearful price for the victory he achieves. A suspenseful and dramatic portrayal of a regrettable episode. Sister Avila, Acad. of the Holy Angels, Minneapolis
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Book Description Books In Motion, 2013. Condition: New. Read by Jerry Sciarrio (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1581166478