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The Gunsmith 447
“Boots and Saddles” is the title of the first of 3 books written by Elizabeth Bacon Custer about her husband George Armstrong Custer. In this book the Gunsmith encounters Elizabeth while she is putting her second book together. It’s called “Tenting on the Plains” and is to be published in 1887. She asks Clint’s help in confirming some of what she will be writing. Although Clint did not like George Armstrong Custer, and doesn’t feel he was heroic in any way, he agrees. However, as they progress west he finds he is unable to keep quiet while Libbie Custer praises her dead husband. Since their opinions are so diametrically opposed, this leads to arguments. But, when several attempts are made to either injure or kidnap Libbie, Clint has to wonder who else's opinion is so opposite hers that they would want to harm her to keep her from writing any further?