Tygh Valley, 1890
A young, strong US Marshall, and the only son of a wealthy German-American timber family, Seymour is returning home from a difficult and psychologically taxing assignment working with native populations in Wyoming
This is the latest photo of the group of us marshals I was stationed with just outside of Tennessee. We moved rather quickly though the Midwest to the government occupied land of the natives. Most of my time was spent just below the foothills in northern Wyoming working to relocate a few small encampments of Lakota. We had to move fast in order to not have our tail picked up be the wild and violent war tribe the Pawnee. As a trained trapper I was easily able to cover our tracks though the plains and hunt enough of the wild buffalo to feed all of the marshals and most of the Lakota women and children.