Will you incorporate yourselves with the Creek nation in the far-west?
Two years elapsed ere he set out for his new home in the far-west.
Thus has the Indian of the far-west lived, and thus is he living still.
What very unromantic and common-place ideas—steamers and Red Indians, and the far-west and cornfields!
In the far-west the early traders used the cayuse, or Indian pony, and "travoie," for transporting burdens long distances.