In Land Rush white families have lined up‚ waiting for the U.S. Army’s signal to move in on the land vacated by the Ute Indians and make their homestead claims. Steve Regan knows the newly opened land well enough and wants to head for the mesa land because he knows the soil to be superior. His brother Al appears to have allied himself with Bronc Vedder and his group who want to set up a vigilance committee to punish claim-jumpers‚ and behind this is Vedder’s intention to claim the mesa land for himself.
In Guns in Sage Valley Dave Logan is about to come of age. He knows that his parents have been starving on Logan Pocket where they have been farming. The challenge comes when Matt Strang and his cattle herd arrive‚ and Strang hires Dave to join his outfit‚ and Dave feels this is the right thing for him to do.
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