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A Ballad of the West

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  1. Inspired by John G. Neihardt's A Cycle of the West, Bobby Bridger's A Ballad of the West is a three-part story told in Homeric verse and song about the Mountain Men, William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, and the Lakota Sioux people

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  2. Part One: Seekers of the Fleece: This ballad presents the life story of mountain man Jim Bridger and the Fur Trade Era

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  3. Jim Bridger is Bobby Bridger's great grand-uncle

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  4. Beginning with Jim Bridger's historic ascension of the Missouri River with the Ashely-Henry Expedition in 1822, Seekers of the Fleece tells of the initial interactions between Euro-Americans and Native Americans, as well as the beginning of the Ameri

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