Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
In chapter four of The Indians Are Coming, Jack Manning (Tim McCoy) rescues Mary Woods (Allene Ray) in the nick of time from the fire started by an imprudent Rance Carter (Wilbur McGaugh). Mary's father, George (Francis Ford), apologizes for his share in having Jack arrested back in Hillsdale and peace is once again restored to the wagon train. But the train is headed straight for Indian country where an uprising is under way, "the worst uprising in our time," as Bill Williams (Edmund Cobb) puts it. Soon the wagons are circled and the villainous Rance is found cowering behind his henchman Bull McGee (Bud Osborne). The settlers are completely outnumbered and Jack is forced to send his faithful dog, Dynamite, to Gold Creek with a plea for help. But Dynamite is shot by an Indian and the situation becomes even more desperate.
gold, journey, outlaw [Western], uncle