Random House, Inc. The Elk-Dog People have two new members, former soldiers in the French Army. Fully assimilated into the tribe, they travel to Santa Fe to help the group trade pelts. But soon trouble starts, and the new tribesmen must defend their people. Don Coldsmith's detailed description of the Elk-Dog People and the harrowing journey to Santa Fe show why he is one of the best authors in western-adventure fiction.
Baker & Taylor Sergeant Cartier and Lieutenant Dupres, now known as Woodchuck and Sky-Eyes by their adopted Indian tribe, develop a plan to bring back steel knives, axes, and arrow points