A fictional branch of a small Native American Shoshone Band in northern California is caught up in the midst of the American Civil War. When the effects of the war spreads west, and Union soldiers force them from their homeland.
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Travis Holt Hamilton
Donavon G. Barney,
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A controversial 1860s saga about a fictional branch of a small Native American Shoshone Band in northern California. The Band leader Chief Great Eagle and his son Silver Eagle, who's betrothed to Minnewanna, live peacefully with several hundred others in their mountain village. But soon the American Civil War and Indian Removal policies spread West. Union soldiers force the Band to move from their homeland, and the tribe faces continual harassment as President Abraham Lincoln and the Union keep taking Native American land. Radical Republicans plan to eradicate the country of 'savages' and push for the extermination of Native Americans. While the small Shoshone band is harassed by the Union, a stranger who is not part of the Union soldiers appears. Written by
American Mutoscope & Biograph Co. (Production Company)
Michael Spears (Silver Eagle) attended and was a mentor at the 2nd annual HatcH audiovisual festival in Bozeman, Montana, in October 2005. HatcH is a film and arts festival whose mission is to provide mentorship, education, inspiration, and recognition to the next generation of creative innovators. See more »