Beau finds himself used as a scapegoat by two shopkeepers who killed the son of the chief in an effort to hide their swindle of local Indians. Captured by the Indians, Beau faces a death sentence only to be spared by the chief's daughter who claims Beau as her future husband. But Beau finds that his reprieve is only temporary until the honeymoon is over. Written by
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Plains Indians don't worship totems. And totem poles were traditional in the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, and Alaska. See more
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