A low-level feud in 1880 New Mexico Territory pits wealthy rancher Pierre Challon and son Marc versus homesteaders on the other side of Raton Pass. The Challon Ranch is so large that it is split in two by the Raton Pass, and the Challons have leased the strip from the homesteaders to allow their 10,000 head of cattle to graze on all parts of the ranch.
|author||James D. Webb Thomas W. Blackburn|
|director||Edwin L. Marin|
|keywords||new mexico territory plan ranch hand raton pass shoot split in two than the work out|