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Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land borders their own homestead. Asking questions about why these people are being deprived of land Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land borders their own homestead. Asking questions about why these people are being deprived of land which can sustain their lifestyle, what Ellie has no way of knowing is how these Indians will become a part of her life. Follow the adventure as John Barnes, his daughter and their hired hands attempt to take their cattle to market, unaware of what awaits them in the darkness of their voyage. In the early 1900s, Montana saw a great deal of disputes between Indian tribes and the settlers. Will John Barnes be able to come to terms with having Indians as neighbours and will Ellie’s questions be answered by action? Western: Relentless Part 2 The Kootenai tribe that had settled in this part of Montana was well accepted by the people of Coloma in Montana. In fact, the government had insisted on Indians taking on American family names, worried about the question of land ownership. That worked in their favour when John Barnes decided to enrol one of the Indians into the Wild West show which was making its debut in their community. His daughter, Ellie, had dreamed of one day riding in such an event, though for the time being was happy to observe. Would this Indian, known for his horsemanship, take away the huge purse being offered? Would he fail? Ellie and her family follow the events with excitement as the whole town joins in cheering on an obvious winner. There’s sadness, there’s a certain hostility to be found within the pages of this story, though above all else, one finds an element more precious that existed in that town of settlers – hope for the future fuelled by the lessons learned from the past. Western – Relentless – Part 3 Ellie comes up with an idea to help make her father happier about the relationship between the townspeople and the Kootenai, after the disappointment experienced at Coloma’s first Wild West Show, where the organizers made it abundantly clear that prejudice against the Indians ruled the day. Starting up working with the Kootenai, Ellie moves forward bringing harmony to the town and endearing the Indian children to the locals by teaching and sharing crafts. However, it will take her a few years of work to fight off the prejudice of the Cavalry officers who are fighting to have the Kootenai removed from the land that her father has given them, in thanks for saving his daughter. Will she manage against the relentless wave of prejudice? Will she marry and give her mother the grandchildren that Maggie wants? Readers are taken on a roller coaster of learning how the town of Coloma dealt with integrating the Kootenai tribe and accepting them as part of their community.


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Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land borders their own homestead. Asking questions about why these people are being deprived of land Western: Relentless When John Barnes taught his daughter, Ellie, to ride, little did he know how she would take to the job of a cowgirl. Her love of the countryside around her home takes her to areas where she sees injustice and unfairness to the small Indian tribe whose land borders their own homestead. Asking questions about why these people are being deprived of land which can sustain their lifestyle, what Ellie has no way of knowing is how these Indians will become a part of her life. Follow the adventure as John Barnes, his daughter and their hired hands attempt to take their cattle to market, unaware of what awaits them in the darkness of their voyage. In the early 1900s, Montana saw a great deal of disputes between Indian tribes and the settlers. Will John Barnes be able to come to terms with having Indians as neighbours and will Ellie’s questions be answered by action? Western: Relentless Part 2 The Kootenai tribe that had settled in this part of Montana was well accepted by the people of Coloma in Montana. In fact, the government had insisted on Indians taking on American family names, worried about the question of land ownership. That worked in their favour when John Barnes decided to enrol one of the Indians into the Wild West show which was making its debut in their community. His daughter, Ellie, had dreamed of one day riding in such an event, though for the time being was happy to observe. Would this Indian, known for his horsemanship, take away the huge purse being offered? Would he fail? Ellie and her family follow the events with excitement as the whole town joins in cheering on an obvious winner. There’s sadness, there’s a certain hostility to be found within the pages of this story, though above all else, one finds an element more precious that existed in that town of settlers – hope for the future fuelled by the lessons learned from the past. Western – Relentless – Part 3 Ellie comes up with an idea to help make her father happier about the relationship between the townspeople and the Kootenai, after the disappointment experienced at Coloma’s first Wild West Show, where the organizers made it abundantly clear that prejudice against the Indians ruled the day. Starting up working with the Kootenai, Ellie moves forward bringing harmony to the town and endearing the Indian children to the locals by teaching and sharing crafts. However, it will take her a few years of work to fight off the prejudice of the Cavalry officers who are fighting to have the Kootenai removed from the land that her father has given them, in thanks for saving his daughter. Will she manage against the relentless wave of prejudice? Will she marry and give her mother the grandchildren that Maggie wants? Readers are taken on a roller coaster of learning how the town of Coloma dealt with integrating the Kootenai tribe and accepting them as part of their community.

30 review for Western: Relentless (Western, Western Books, Western Fiction, Historical, Historical Fiction, Western Books, Wild West, Historical Westerns, Sheriff)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Bowser

    And I come to book (novella) 2 of 3. The story is disjointed and not related to the first. I am not sure what the author is doing. With this series. Book 3 cannot be found via Goodreads. But, like the first 2, is not compelling. It is better than #2. But not much.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mikkel Libby

    Simple reading. This story was written in true simplicity. More like a story for fith or sixth grader. I have no idea if it has a historical basis, but surely could have been written so.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Pittman

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jerrel Stevens

  5. 5 out of 5

    Phyllis Kinder

  6. 5 out of 5

    Warren

  7. 4 out of 5

    PHILIP Hoffman

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bob G Anson

  9. 4 out of 5

    marie weimann

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Henshey

  11. 5 out of 5

    randy miller

  12. 4 out of 5

    tom loomis

  13. 4 out of 5

    joy oder

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marie Johns

  15. 4 out of 5

    william j mykel

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    Lisa C.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rajivbabu

  18. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Zagata

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jack Carroll

  20. 5 out of 5

    John Slater

  21. 4 out of 5

    frank freese

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karen Getelman

  23. 5 out of 5

    Annette Hester

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sue E Morgan

  25. 4 out of 5

    jill

  26. 5 out of 5

    christine tyree

  27. 5 out of 5

    David W Hall

  28. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Dureault

  29. 4 out of 5

    eugene ward

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gayle Hoffman

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