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Homsteaders in Shane

All the Homesteaders in Shane

Lew Johnson One of the first settlers, a soid, dependable man, who was a old farmer
Henery Shipstead Also, on of the first settlers, a solid , dependable man, who was a farmer too.
James Lewis A middle aged cow-hand who could be easily dicouraged.
Ed Howelles a middle-aged cow-hand who could easily be discouraged.
Frank Torrey a nervous, figity man with many children and had one wife.
Earnie Wright A weak man who looked as if he was part indian, he was always singing and telling tall tales
Created by: pennygreen60