A True American Legend
In 1776, thirty settlers with their wives and children join and experdition under the courageous leadership of Daniel Boone (George O'Brien) to leave North Carolina and cross the mountains into Kain-tu-kee. The hardships of travel, accidents, and weather are expected. Bur since a Peace Treaty with the tribes has been signed, they are unaware of the dangers they face from a ferocious white renegade named Simon Girty (John Carradine) who opposes the settlement, or that one number of their own party is a cowardly land swindler.
Plus Four additional features:
Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory
Buffalo Bill Cody (Clayton Moore) takes it upon himself to protect his Native American when they are framed by a gang of thieves.
Battles of Chief Pontiac
The chronicle of events following a proposed peace treaty between the British and Chief Pontiac, who has become mistrustful of the white man's word.
Cry Blood, Apache
A one-time prospector recounts a horrific tale to his son, revealing his remorse for having been part of a gang who slaughtered an entire tribe of Indians.
General George A. Custer engages the proud Sitting Bull in the climatic and ill-fated Battle of the Little Big Horn.