Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This obscure silent Western about an Indian uprising was produced far away from Hollywood by Joseph M. Shear. Robert Elliott, usually a supporting actor, starred, and the film was directed by John B. O'Brien, who had earlier helmed two of Mary Pickford's lesser vehicles, The Foundling and Hulda from Holland (both 1916). O'Brien later directed 2-reel Westerns with cowgirl Josie Sedgwick.
false-accusation, foreman, love, marriage, murder, Native-American, romance