Leaving Cheyenne - Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters One through Eight Summary & Analysis

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Part I, The Blood's Country: Chapters One through Eight Summary

Chapter One

Gid woke up as he usually did. His father, Adam, was shaking his foot. He hated that. He even asked that he throw a glass of water on him but the shaking continued. Adam was going down in the pasture to check on the cattle. It would be up to Gid to do the chores. His father always had an excuse. The last time his father did the chores was when Gid was 12 and was laid up with his foot that he nearly cut off with an ax. It was voting day and Gid was anxious to join Molly Taylor and Johnny McCloud who were going to watch the ballot box on the first shift. He didn't want Johnny to get any alone time with...

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