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Set in Alice Springs, Australia, in 1929, the movie tracks the fate of Sam (a fine Hamilton Morris), an Aboriginal stockman forced to flee after killing a white farmer in self-defense.
The Oregon Badlands are home to ancient Native American petroglyphs, which pop up on weathered rocks, as well as remnants of white settlement, like an old stockman’s shelter and a fenced-off cistern on the side of the trail.
If there’s any sort of trouble on public lands that affects ranchers in any minor way, that stockman calls his congressman, calls his county commissioner, calls his councilman.
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Definition of stockman for English Language Learners
: a person who raises cattle, sheep, etc.
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