D'Arcambal ( Emmett King ) lives in a Canadian forest with his daughter Jeanne ( Pauline Starke ) who is known as "The Flower of the North" along with Pierre ( Joe Rickson ) their halfbreed servant. Young American Philip Whittemore ( Henry B. Walthall ) arrives and forms the Northern Fish and Development Company, backed by Brokaw, a New York capitalist. Brokaw, however, sends Thorpe ( Harry Northrup ) an dishonest associate, with instructions to delay the work of the company. D'Arcambal revokes Whittemore's right-of-way through his holdings. Meanwhile, Thorpe convinces Jeanne, who is unaware that her mother eloped with a lover before she was born, that he is her father. Jeanne is rescued from near drowning by Whittemore, and when Thorpe and his gang attack Whittemore's camp Jeanne brings a band of friendly Indians to Whittemore's aid. Thorpe is conquered, Jeanne learns that D'Arcambal is really her father, and she is happily united with Philip.
This 1921 melodrama by the Vitagraph Company, featuring beautiful actress Pauline Starke, is sadly now a lost silent film.
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