The Tercell family which raises sheep is moving into the area from Australia. The son Abel and daughter Reagan arrive first with ranch hands o prepare for the sheep. This is creating panic among the cattlemen who find Abel Tercell to be unwilling to compromise on sharing the public grazing lands. The son who is a bully becomes embroiled in a fight with the Virginian and loses. He confronts the Virginian on the road and is accidentally killed during the mêlée. The Virginian falls in love with the daughter, Reagan who sees her brother for what he was. When the father Adam arrives and learns Abel was killed by The Virginian but will not be prosecuted, he decides he can legally kill him in a range war. Adam Tercell is a hardened man who lost his wife and land in Australia who has few feelings for his daughter and never had much love or time for his dead son and wife. As tensions grow awaiting the arrival of the sheep and the fight that ensues to cross Shiloh land, Adams feelings toward his longtime foreman surface when Reagan leaves the ranch explaining his attitude.- Written by Anonymous
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