WHERE THE PANTHER SCREAMS by William Robinson
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WHERE THE PANTHER SCREAMS

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The call of the vast unsettled Kiowa lands of Oklahoma sounded too clearly in the heart of Pa Hawkins for him not to pay heed. There with his own strength as a buttress and the help of family and neighbors a man could claim acres of fertile land and build a free life for his kin. Young Joe Hawkins feared his ability to meet the challenge because although Indians were nowhere about, other hardships and dangers plagued the settlers. But successfully struggling against the ravages of weather, blizzards and tornadoes, the scourge of wild animals, rattlesnakes, wolves, panthers and the lawlessness of gunslingers, Joe Hawkins bridges the gap between boyhood and manhood.

Pub Date: April 17th, 1961
Publisher: World