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By William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone

Within the fall of 1873, a wagon educate of immigrants units off from Kansas urban, Missouri, sure for the Montana Territory. major the crowd is newly elected wagon grasp Jamie Ian MacCallister, an enormous of a guy and frontier legend who swears he can get them there through Christmas - come hell or excessive snow drifts...Plagued by means of brutally harsh storms and rugged terrain, outlaws and adverse Indians, the adventure often is the maximum problem those pioneers will ever face. but if issues glance approximately hopeless, aid arrives within the type of not going saviours: an previous mountain guy often called Preacher and mythical frontiersman Smoke Jensen. hard-willed males who think within the settlers' desires with all their hearts - and who gets them to their vacation spot by way of Christmas. no matter if it takes a miracle...

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Just now, talking to you, she was very good. We would have left her after the train. Certainly it was not worth being delayed by something so sad and ugly and apparently worthless. But the old woman tied a rope to her and when the girl thought she could not go further, the old woman beat her with the end of the rope to make her go. Then when she could not really go further, the old woman carried her over her shoulder. When the old woman could not carry her, I carried her. We were going up that hill breast high in the gorse and heather.

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