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Buffalo Wagons

By: Elmer Kelton
Narrated by: George Guidall
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By 1873, the great buffalo herds have been all but wiped out, and the hide hunters are looking for other work. So, when Gage Jameson hears of one remaining herd, he sees a final opportunity to make a huge profit. But to find the buffalo, he will have to take his line of wagons deep into Comanche territory, where death lurks behind every rock.

Kelton's feel for the last days of the American West is evident in each chapter of Buffalo Wagons. As Jameson and his crew journey further into danger, the growing tension is dramatically voiced by Audie Award-winning narrator George Guidall.

©1956, 1984 Elmer Kelton (P)2002 Recorded Books

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Great Texas Author

If you are looking for books on real life Texas history, look no farther. Elmer Kelton is the best! What makes them most enjoyable is George Guidall, also the best there is. Mr. Guidall's readings "put you there."

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