General Whiteman, major Moore, captain Ward and one or two others, acted as commissioners on the part of the whites.
When Whiteman seemed to fail fate overcame me in the form of an indian.
Curly broke the silence one morning at a plebiscite of four men who gathered to bask near Whiteman's corral.
Whiteman came out with his hat above his head, and said, "Velgome."
She understood the Whiteman and knew when to stop war and resort to diplomacy.
Whiteman told him three times to hold up his hands, but he made no motion to obey and Whiteman fired.
Curly never appeared at the forum of Whiteman's corral without finding himself the recipient of many queries.
Such is Keokuk, the Watchful Fox, who prides himself upon being the friend of the Whiteman.
That was the last day when Curly reported to the group at the side of Whiteman's corral.
The one of them was a Whiteman, the other was ruddish or hie coloured, and the third blacke.