A three reel film. The extended narrative begins with pioneers crossing the mountains and plains in prairie schooners. The father resents the attentions shown his daughter by two young men. He is killed and a good case of circumstantial evidence is built up against the hero, who is next seen abandoned on the desert, with his hands tied behind him. The pictures in the Indian camp are good, and the problem of the hero, who has become a squawman during his life there, is interesting. But at the close of exciting scenes, he rescues his former love from captivity, his squaw kills herself, and he rides away, with his papoose behind him. The story is coherent and the interest is sustained. - The Moving Picture World, December 28, 1912
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