In The Hands Of the Cheyenne
The year is 1851, just after the first excitement of the California gold rush. The news of gold in the San Joaquin Valley has brought thousands of settlers from across the still primitive unexplored country. Many such wagon trains have already perished either of hunger and thirst, such as the ill-fated Donner expedition, or died as the result of attacks by marauding Indians who resented the white invasion and occupation of their hunting grounds.
This is the story of a group who set out from the East with high hopes for a golden future, only to find degradation, shame, torment and for some – mainly the women - a new life at the hands of the savage Cheyenne Warriors ...
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Western wagon train capture Cheyenne warriors prisoners
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Basic concept is titilating and the story developes well. Seen from the eyes of several women. Some of the concepts could have been developed with more description. Running the gauntlet of braves with swithches, etc. 4 out of 5 (Sooty)