The Free Range

The Free Range

Francis William Sullivan

Francis William Sullivan

THE FREE RANGE (1913) Bud Larkin was convinced that cattle king "Old Beef" Bissell was intent on ruining him. Bud had a sheep ranch in Montana and planned to run his southern herds onto the northern range. The land was government owned, open to all. But Bissell didn’t see it that way. He believed possession was ownership in a land where there wasn’t any law. The third man in the room was called “Black Mike" Stelton, foreman of the Bar T. It was two against one. None of the men were prepared for the next surprise: Juliet Bissell. "If the sky is heaven, I\'ve just dropped into it," he thought.
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