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Into The High Ute Country

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John Randolph, left Missouri following a long and devastating drought the caused him to lose his farm. He had heard of gold just for the taking in Colorado. On his way, he nearly died traveling over the hot, dry high plains, but he was rescued and taken to a new town just beginning in the Rocky Mountain foothills. There, he found a new life as a lawman. This only brought to him new challenges as he was forced to deal with greedy gold miners, settlers also looking for a new life and the Ute Indians who had lived in the mountains for hundreds of years.

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