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In the 1860s and 70s, men still got up with the sun -- and to young Jim Glenn, his father's phrase "sun on the wall" meant the boy was already late. Daylight, the time when an honest, small farmer could work, was precious. So when, as a very young man, Jim started wandering west, he stacked the raffish, brawling world exploding about him up against values that left the West very much wanting. And got Jim Glenn into a peck of trouble.
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