Jean and Ellen are members of two feuding families--the Isbels, who are cattle ranchers; and the Jorths, who are sheep-raisers. Jean's father, Gaston Isbel, accuses his enemy, Lee Jorth, of stealing cattle. Jorth, the sheep raiser, who lives with his daughter Ellen, denies the charge. Ellen sees that her father is a thief when Jean visits her and insists that a horse in her possession belongs to him. This accusation sparks renewed conflict between the families, which, when ended, leaves only Jean and Ellen surviving. Written by
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Version of To the Last Man