The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Indian Tom

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(source: NIU Libraries)
Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Good News v. 5 no. 115 — page 1828
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Part of: Good News, v. 5, no. 115, July 16, 1892 (Issue)
Date: July 16, 1892
First Sentence: Very few broadcloth coats were to be seen in the streets of Cheyenne, but buckskin suits were plentiful, with here and there some blear-eyed individual, whose very appearance in the way of dress bespoke his downfall and loss of manhood.
Last Sentence: Tom fulfilled his promise-took Curley's daughter Katie to her grandfather-and, time having softened things at the end of two years brought her out again as his wife.

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