Centennial Setting & Symbolism

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Our People

Otherwise known as the Cheyenne and Arapaho, this was the tribe of Lame Beaver and his family.

Blue Valley

The place where Lame Beaver fights against the Ute while gathering tipi poles and where he gets two gold bullets from a warrior. This is also where Pasquinel is killed.

Saint Louis

Where Pasquinel and McKeag go to sell beaver pelts and where Pasquinel marries one of his wives.

Lampeter, Pennsylvania

Named for a wagoner named Lame Peter, this is the town where Levy Zandt purchases a wagon for his trip to the west.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

The city where the Zandt brothers and many other Amish and Mennonite farmers offer their wares for sale, and where Levy Zandt meets up with Elly Zahn.

Franklin

The city on the Missouri River where Elly and Levy join a wagon train headed to Oregon.

Fort John

The fort located at...

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