This character is a warrior of the tribe known as Our People, later known as Cheyenne or Arapaho.
This character is named the epitome of Centennial. He is in the town to learn about the sugar beet industry.
This character is married for the price of a pony.
This character is determined to become one of the chiefs of Our People and accomplishes this goal.
This character is killed while trying to steal horses.
This character wears armor for protection during fights.
This character is a French trapper and trader who lives among the Indians and realizes that the key to survival is to never fight the Indians if it can be helped.
This character is a Scotsman who is on the run from his homeland and works as a translator.
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