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It is not a human nor a very interesting picture

Author: deickemeyer from Chicago
23 April 2016

This film begins with a proposition that will be repugnant to many, a marriage of a white man and an Indian woman. The daughter born to them, sent east to be educated, returns a beautiful girl. When she goes to visit her mother there is trouble enough for all. The end is that she has to return to her mother's tepee to prevent hostilities breaking out between the Indians and the soldiers. Almost forced into a marriage with a chief, she is rescued by her fiancé, the dashing captain, at the head of a party of mounted soldiers. The battle is rather fatal to the Indians. The girl finally renounces her tribe. It is not a human nor a very interesting picture. - The Moving Picture World, October 14, 1911

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