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The story of the Crow family begins with Irish immigrants who on their way west are attacked and killed by Blackfoot Sioux. Crow natives, deadly enemies of the Sioux come upon this scene and kill many Sioux, while finding a living white child among the dead. From this beginning comes White Crow, whose son, known in California as El Hombre de la Hatche, (the man of the hatchet) marries and joins a business firm after working as a U.S. Marshall. The story roars on to a conclusion about which I will not tell you. If you wish to know the entire family story you must read the book. I did and I could hardly stop reading before finishing the book. It was/is a great story done in a professional manner with wonderful characters. Enjoy. I certainly did.
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I really enjoyed the characters it reminded me of my grandfather telling me stories around the fire