The Rainbow Trail
The spell of the desert comes back to me, as it always will come. I see the veils, like purple smoke, in the canyon, and I feel the silence. And it seems that again I must try to pierce both and to get at the strange wild life of the last American wilderness—wild still, almost, as it ever was.
While this romance is an independent story, yet readers of "Riders of the Purple Sage" will find in it an answer to a question often asked.
I wish to say also this story has appeared serially in a different form in one of the monthly magazines under the title of "The Desert Crucible."
- I. Red Lake
- II. The Sagi
- III. Kayenta
- IV. New Friends
- V. On the Trail
- VI. In the Hidden Valley
- VII. Sago-Lilies
- VIII. The Hogan of Nas Ta Bega
- IX. In the Desert Crucible
- X. Stonebridge
- XI. After the Trial
- XII. The Revelation
- XIII. The Story of Surprise Valley
- XIV. The Navajo
- XV. Wild Justice
- XVI. Surprise Valley
- XVII. The Trail to Nonnezoshe
- XVIII. At the Foot of the Rainbow
- XIX. The Grand Cañon of the Colorado
- XX. Willow Springs