Crow Killer; the Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson - Part 3: A Man Among Men, Chapters 11 through 18 Summary & Analysis

Raymond W. Thorp
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Part 3: A Man Among Men, Chapters 11 through 18 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 11: The Eighteenth Warrior

Johnston becomes with some of his Mountain Men contemporaries visiting with them and exchanging experiences. Due to his formidable reputation, others seek him out to even some personal scores. Johnston is of the mind that vengeance is a private, personal thing. If he agrees to help anyone, he will step back at the conclusion and allow the person to take full credit for the act of vengeance.

Gue and Johnston take off on a long expedition through the woods. Gue fears Indians are watching them and that the bright campfire they built would target them. Although at first Johnston tells Gue that the Blackfoot were in the area, the truth is that Crow are following them. Johnston and Gue kill the fire and hide in...

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