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Summary

They fought for freedom.

The Wolf

Gray Horse. The magnificent young Comanche warrior made strong by the medicine of the wolf, skilled at stealing horses and counting coup in the war raids of his people. Through his bravery and his wisdom, he would rally his beleaguered tribe against the tide of white settlers that swept over their land.

The Buffalo

Gideon Ledbetter. The ex-slave who was recruited by the white man's army to join the regiment of the black cavalry the Indians called the buffalo soldiers. Trained to serve as a buffer between the Indians and the settlers, Gideon would put aside his own seething hatreds to become a great soldier and a leader of men.

Performed by Terence Aselford, Ken Jackson, Tim Getman, Tony Nam, Thomas Penny, Elliot Dash, Nanette Savard, James Lewis, Evan Casey, Thomas Keegan, David Coyne, Richard Rohan, Anastasia Wilson, Jeff Allin, Michael John Casey, Colleen Delany, Dexter Hamlett, Nathanial Perry, Donise Stevens, Catherine Aselford, Christopher Scheeren, Michael Glenn, Christopher Graybill, Bobby Aselford, Mort Shelby.

©1986 Elmer Kelton (P)2012 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • neal berry
  • 24-02-21

poor ending

The is fine the story is great, It held my interest. Then comes the ending it just stops all story lines are unfinished with no reference to a flowing book to complete the story.