The Homesteaders


That ws the cry of certain "law-abiding" cattlemen, as homesteaders crowded into the Nebraska frontier, urged on by the Homestead Act of 1862.

It was the cry of the nightriders around Pittsburgh Landing one from night, as they ravished, murdered and put hard-won sod houses to the torch. It was the cry that echoed in the ears of Joe Barrow, young emigrant from the East and his lovely half-sister, Jessie, as they fought against all the odds for life, love, and a place of thier own in the raw, savage frontier.
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