Lonesome Dove - Part Three: Chapters 90-92 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: Chapters 90-92 Summary

For a couple of days, the herd stays at Salt Creek, rehydrating. Call wishes they were already in Montana. One morning he comes into camp to find an excited group, all bearing rifles. In the night, twelve horses vanished. Call, Augustus, and Deets head out to find them, leaving the nervous boys behind to watch the herd. Deets scouts ahead and finds a group of women and children—dirt poor, who had already killed one of the horses for food. Call fires into the air to scare them away from the horses, and when they run, a young blind boy gets left behind. Deets picks up the boy and before he can do much else, a yell comes from the tepee and a young brave is running towards him. Deets looks at the Indian, and holds...

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