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The Rawhiders - James Walker


Book 4 in The Wells Fargo Trail. Four sisters are forced to take possession of their father's herd of longhorns and drive them from Texas to Kansas in order to save their ranch. Author: Walker, James



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The Rawhiders - James Walker


Book 4 in The Wells Fargo Trail. Four sisters are forced to take possession of their father's herd of longhorns and drive them from Texas to Kansas in order to save their ranch. Author: Walker, James