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Untamed Land By J.E. Terrall
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The land west of the Mississippi was a wild and untamed land. It took lawmen, outlaws, storekeepers, farmers, soldiers, teachers, bar girls, and strong willed women to tame this vast country. All... More > kinds of people crossed the great Mississippi River to make their mark on the land and make it what it is today. The people who settled and brought law and order to the vast Untamed Land were the same people who made the legends of the old west. It's those legends that still inspire us to dream of those days gone by. Untamed Land is a collection of short stories about the strengths and weaknesses of those people who moved into the west to live and raise their families. There are stories of the willingness of some to overcome the hardships that were thrust upon them. There are also stories of those who brought law and order to the west. Although the stories in this book are fiction, they show the determination of the men and women to take a wild and open land and make it a place to live and grow.< Less
Conflict in Elkhorn Valley By J.E. Terrall
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Conflict in Elkhorn Valley is the story of one man’s fight to keep the ranch he had worked hard to build in Elkhorn Valley in Montana. Sam Willard had spent years building up his ranch only to... More > have a couple of his neighbors try to take it away from him. A long drought had been plaguing the entire valley and was causing the ranchers to become angry with their neighbors simply because one rancher had more water than another. Some of the ranchers were even blaming other ranchers for their problems. Sam Willard, with the largest ranch in the valley, took the brunt of their anger. Sam was accused of hoarding water by damming up the river and creeks that ran through his property. Things escalated when Sam was shot at on his front porch and one of his hands was murdered. Someone wanted his ranch and had every intention of getting it Things were about to explode into a full blown range war. Knowing that no one wins a range war, he had to do something to prevent a range war.< Less
Untamed Land By J.E. Terrall
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The land west of the Mississippi was a wild and untamed land. It took lawmen, outlaws, storekeepers, farmers, soldiers, teachers, bar girls, and strong willed women to tame this vast country. All... More > kinds of people crossed the great Mississippi River to make their mark on the land and make it what it is today. The people who settled and brought law and order to the vast Untamed Land were the same people who made the legends of the old west. It’s those legends that still inspire us to dream of those days gone by. Untamed Land is a collection of short stories about the strengths and weaknesses of those people who moved into the west to live and raise their families. There are stories of the willingness of some to overcome the hardships that were thrust upon them. There are also stories of those who brought law and order to the west. Although the stories in this book are fiction, they show the determination of the men and women to take a wild and open land and make it a place to live and grow.< Less
The Old West By J.E. Terrall
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The late eighteen hundreds was a time of growth and expansion in this great country. The land was open and wild. Often the land was waiting for the strong to take it and make something of it. It... More > took courage just to keep it once it was settled. Laws were often few and far between. The law was often what man made of it. It was also a time when the land grew. Towns sprouted up all over the country and the stagecoaches tied them together with ribbons of narrow, often dangerous, roads. Often men hunted men for the bounty on their heads, while some hunted others so that justice could be met. The Old West is a collection of short stories that show what it took to build in the west. The stories show how men fought to survive, fought to bring law and order to a lawless land, and the perils that faced those who simply traveled across the land. The stories are fiction, yet they could have happened to any of the many souls that will never be known who reached out to the west for a better life.< Less
The Valley Ranch War By J.E. Terrall
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Having just turned sixteen, Susan Farnsworth gathered her meager belongings then stepped out into an unfamiliar world. Standing in front of the orphanage, it frightened her to know she could not... More > turn around and go back inside, and for the first time she was all alone. With few options and little hope, she became a mail order bride with the help of a friend. After a year of writing back and forth to a man who lived in the Black Hills in the Dakota Territory, she agreed to marry him and become Mrs. Jacob McDonald. She then traveled west to join him. Shortly after their marriage, Jacob was murdered by a rancher who wanted the valley where their ranch was located. Having no place to go, Susan refused to leave the only place she could call home. There was little hope of keeping the valley ranch until a stranger showed up in front of her cabin. The Valley Ranch War is the story of a young woman, how she became a mail order bride and the trials she endured before true happiness came into her life.< Less
Frontier Justice By J.E. Terrall
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In the west, when settlers across the plains to make a new life,law and order was slow in coming to the settlements and towns that sprung up on the prairie and in the western mountains. Frontier... More > Justice is a collection of western short stories about how justice was dispensed during those days when lawmen, judges, and courts were not always available. There are stories of citizens dispensing justice in the only what they knew. In one story a man attempts to bring law to a small town. Law officers were often limited to the town or county they served, bounty hunters often chased down the outlaws where other lawmen could not or would not go. The use of a bounty on the heads of the outlaws made this practice worth it as many criminals were captured by the bounty hunter. Although the stories in Frontier Justice are fictional, they show what it took to bring law and order to the frontier. This book is one of several books of short stories by J.E. Terrall about the taming of the West.< Less
Frontier Justice By J.E. Terrall
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During the mid to late eighteen hundred settlers moved out across the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers to make a new life for themselves. Law and order were in coming to the settlements in the... More > west. Frontier Justice is a collection of western short stories about how justice was dispensed when lawmen, judges, and courts were not always available. Citizens dispensing justice in the only what they knew. In one story a man attempts to bring law to a small town that had no one to enforce it. Since law officers were often limited to the town or county they served, bounty hunters often chased down the outlaws where other lawmen could not or would not go. The use of a bounty on the heads of the outlaws made this practice worth it as many criminals were captured by the bounty hunter. Although the stories in Frontier Justice are fictional, they show what it took to bring law and order to the frontier. This book is one of several books of short stories by J.E. Terrall about the taming of the West.< Less
The Valley Ranch War By J.E. Terrall
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Having just turned sixteen, Susan Farnsworth gathered her belongings then stepped out into an unfamiliar world to her. Standing in front of the orphanage, it frightened her to know that she could... More > not simply turn around and go back inside, and for the first time she was all alone With few options and little hope, she became a mail order bride with the help of a friend. After a year of writing back and forth to man who lived in the Black Hills in the Dakota Territory, she agreed to marry him and become Mrs. Jacob McDonald. she then traveled west to join him. Shortly after their marriage, Jacob was murdered by a rancher who wanted the valley where their ranch was located. Having not place to go, Susan refused to leave the only place she could call home. There was little hope of keeping the valley ranch until a stranger showed up in front of her cabin. The Valley Ranch War is the story of a young woman, how she became a mail order bride and the trails she endured before true happiness came into her life.< Less
The Valley Ranch War By J.E. Terrall
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Having just turned sixteen, Susan Farnsworth gathered her meager belongings then stepped out into a world that was unfamiliar to her. Standing in front of the orphanage, it frightened her to know... More > that she could not simply turn around and go back inside, and for the first time she was all alone. With few options and little hope, she became a mail order bride with the help of a friend. After year of writing back and forth to a man who lived in the Black Hills in the Dakota Territory. She agreed to marry him, becoming Mrs. Jacob McDonald, then travel west to join him. Shortly after their marriage, Jacob was murdered by a ranch who wanted the valley where their ranch was located. Having no place to go, Susan refused to leave the only place she could call home. There was little hope of keeping the valley ranch until a man showed up in front of her cabin. The Valley Ranch War is the story of a young woman, how she became a mail order bride and the trials she endured before true happiness came to her.< Less
Lazy A Ranch By J.E. Terrall
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What secrets did Spiny Ridge hold? Whatever they were, they were worth attempted murder, trespass, theft and corruption. The dinosaur-like ridge stretched dauntingly across Lazy A Ranch. Tracy... More > Atwater had returned to her father’s ranch after he had had a stroke. Years of drought and low cattle prices had taken their toll on the ranch. Saving it from foreclosure was an uphill battle. All the ranch hands, except one, had to leave for other jobs. Tracy and her ranch hand moved the cattle to the north pasture where there was water and grass for them. Spiny Ridge lay diagonally between the ranch house and the north pasture. Tom Norbert, son of the local banker holding the mortgage on the ranch, had also returned home after college. Their stormy relationship went back to high school, and Tracy is unsure of trusting Tom’s offer to help her. Together, they discover the secrets of Spiny Ridge, while trying to evade dangers that seem to come from all directions. Could they find the happiness they sought?< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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