The Americans #926 Richard F. Pielin
Santa Fe, the capitol of the rugged, enchanting but
tough New Mexico Territory, lay cradled at the base
of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It needed a sheriff.
Dick Pielin was the man for the job. As he leaned against
a fence post in the Plaza across from the
Governor's Palace, Dick's thoughts centered on
the hard days ahead for the Territory.
He would be ready.