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"They followed the warrior's way," writes Don Hedgpeth, author of Spirit of the Plains People: The Art of Howard Terpning. "They were proud prairie horsemen with an appetite for honor and the visceral thrill of danger. They looked death in the face and fought on, emboldened by bravery and the armor of their medicine. They rode for revenge but would fight too for no other reason than to plumb the depth of their courage. There was blood on the prairie where they passed by, and women wailed in the lodges of their enemies."