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  • Even more important, the attack marked the first time that a representative of traditional fighting—General Huston—had given way in military tactics to the buckskin-clad Indian fighters of the frontier, represented by McCulloch and Caldwell.


  • His eyes narrowed, and he leaned back in his chair, crossing one buckskin-clad leg over the other, regarding the lawyer closely.

    A Wicked Gentleman

  • A buckskin-clad man, his grizzled beard stained with tobacco juice, slammed into her.

    The Frasers Clay

  • Reluctant to take the inevitable next step, Fikes bent to read the plaque on a nearby statue of buckskin-clad men.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • The head of the scouts was a buckskin-clad white man named Amos Hill, with a full-whiskered face and a scar from a knife wound that had blinded his left eye.

    The Pride of Hannah Wade

  • As the buckskin-clad figure moved away, Cutter glanced back at Wade.

    The Pride of Hannah Wade

  • A buckskin-clad man mounted on a powerful grulla gelding faced Fenner, his whole tense body and snapping eyes backing the demand he made:

    Rebel Spurs

  • It was moonlight, and he saw the plumed head and buckskin-clad form of an Indian, who, in peering over the bank to reconnoiter had lost his balance, or the earth had given way, and sent him down into the stream.

    Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport, Story and Adventure, Vol. I, No. 1. Adventures of Buffalo Bill from Boyhood to Manhood

  • More than anything else, it was the thirst for adventure that led the buckskin-clad rider to the beaten cattle road which cut through wilderness and prairie from Austin to the western Kansas beef markets.

    Kid Wolf of Texas

  • The buckskin-clad singer raised his hat in happy farewell.

    Kid Wolf of Texas


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