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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.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

    The Frasers Clay

  • 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

  • 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

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