In the opening scene is shown the Corn Dance, which is a ceremonial performed in thanksgiving to the Great Master for his bountiful yield of crops. This dance is performed each year at the harvest. During the course of the dance, Dove Eyes, the pretty little squaw, becomes very much attracted by Gray Cloud, the brave who leads the dance. Gray Cloud is handsome and graceful, and it is small wonder that he should impress the pretty maid. Her interest in him does not go unnoticed for the brave has long been smitten with the little squaw and bashfully makes advances which are just as coyly received. To conclusively learn his fate, he goes to the old squaw to hire the love flute. This is the time-honored custom of lovers and is their form of wooing. This love flute is held in the custody of a spinster squaw and the swains hire it from her with the payment of skins to serenade the object of their affections. If the maid is enticed from the tepee by the strains of the flute, the lover is ...
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