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Amos Calendar was hired by R.J. Poteet to be part of the first cattle drive to Centennial. He later went to work for Messmore Garrett, herding sheep.
From Felice's Log:
I was especially taken by... Amos Calendar's heartfelt speech about the bonds of brotherhood, as he convinces Jim to seek vengeance against the Pettis boys. Apparently, those bonds formed during the Skimmerhorn cattle drive had failed to disappear, despite the brutal range wars.
Speaking of Amos Calendar, I thought Jesse Vint gave one of the better performances in this episode in a scene in which he convinces Jim to seek revenge for Nate and Bufe's deaths.