Jeremy Stokes lives in Walnut Grove. His daughter Amelia was rumored to have been kidnapped by some Indians. When her husband is killed she and her son, Spotted Eagle, come home to live ... See full summary »

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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Jeremy Stokes
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Amelia Stokes
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Seth Johnson
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Joseph Stokes / Spotted Eagle
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Vincent Cobb ...
Omaha Johnson
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Jeremy Stokes lives in Walnut Grove. His daughter Amelia was rumored to have been kidnapped by some Indians. When her husband is killed she and her son, Spotted Eagle, come home to live with her father. Jeremy says that while in Walnut Grove, Spotted Eagle will be called Joseph Stokes. He doesn't want to claim the child as his own flesh and blood. His story is that that her daughter was kidnapped and she is just taking care of Spotted Eagle. Amelia tells Caroline that actually she fell in love with Spotted Eagle's father and that Spotted Eagle is her actual son. Written by Anonymous

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31 January 1977 (USA)  »

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Joseph Stokes: He told me not to show my face in school or in town. I must go to school now, you know that.
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One of the best episodes!
23 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode really is one of the best. It addresses prejudice, racism and hatred. When an Indian man is murdered for no apparent reason, his Caucasian wife returns to Walnut Grove with her son. Because he's an "Injun," he's rejected by his grandfather, as well as most of the townspeople and their children. The grandfather goes so far as to make up a story that the boy is adopted and not his actual grandchild.

George Murdock as the grandfather is sensational, as is young Caesar Ramirez as the half-Indian boy who is taunted and ridiculed by his schoolmates. If this episode fails to stir emotion in you, then you were probably born without a heart! It's worth the watch.


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