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A Navajo Indian has crossed the great desert, and his water bottle has been emptied. He is in a frenzy from thirst and sees mirages of water everywhere. He comes upon Nat Perry, a young settler, who is conveying his household goods across the burning sands. Perry has just taken a drink from his precious canteen when the Indian falls at his feet and implores a little water. The young pioneer heartlessly turns him over with his foot and leaves him to die. Kate and Will Brown are passing in a prairie "schooner." They see the Indian's plight and revive him, load him into their vehicle and proceed on their journey. Two years later the Indian as a valued friend and servant, when he has an altercation with Perry over the latter's conduct in the desert and is fatally wounded. He crawls to his employer's home and dies, but before he passes to the great beyond he tells the young settlers the secret of a lost gold mine and gives them a rude map which will help them to find it. Perry has ...

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