F C Philips

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  • Redemption When a group of buffalo hunters gets into a scuffle with a party of Indians, the end results are tragic-leaving all but one of the Indians dead. With the sole survivor on his way to rally the rest of his tribe for vengeance, the buffalo hunters hightail it to the closest settlement, putting ... Read Book

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