The Lost Wagon Train
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"Indians usually wait till just before daybreak," said the scout. "We've got a few hours yet."
"There's a white man's hand in this deal," replied Anderson. "We might stand off a big force of Injuns, an' white outlaws, too, if they fight the way frontiersmen are used to. But any redskins, even half-drunk, will rush us. You'll have to kill them to stop them. Our only hope is to keep 'em outside the circle. We've got one chance in a thousand."