Crow Killer; the Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson - Part Four: Brother of the Crows, Chapters 19 through 24 Summary & Analysis

Raymond W. Thorp
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Part Four: Brother of the Crows, Chapters 19 through 24 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19: White Chief of the Shoshoni

After a favor to The Fox, the Shoshoni Chief, Johnston is made an honorary Shoshoni Chief. Some time later, an old Mountain Man friend, Anton Sepulveda, and his new partner, Pancho Robles, come looking for Johnston. Along the way to Johnston, the two Hispanic Mountain Men pick up nine more cohorts to travel with them. While searching for Johnston, the men meet up with a Shoshoni brave who is also looking for Johnston. Nez Perce Indians had killed his father, Wahni, along with Shoshoni women and children. Since Wahni was a friend of Johnston, his son is hopeful that Johnston will help him avenge the deaths. As an honorary Shoshoni Chief, Johnston will be compelled to help. With the addition of...

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