John smiles at him and turns back to Baxter.
I will go alone from here.
Baxter smiles and nods as he rides away.
John rides into the sunset. Suddenly the six young warrior’s images join John. They ride to infinity in the distance.
Suddenly a young warrior turns holding a bow with an arrow drawn. He lets the arrow fly.
It soars toward the meeting tent that John had just left.
The arrow sticks in a post near Commissioner Blake with a piercing thud.
He and the soldiers that secure the tent turn to see were it came from. They look in the direction of John and the warriors.
Talmidge stands to see. He smiles. No one is there.
A SCROLL CRAWLS ACROSS THE SCENE NARRATED BY QUATIE, SPOKEN IN ENGLISH AND SUB-TITLED IN THE CHEROKEE LANGUAGE -
The Cherokee Nation was once again
cast to the wind. Now in the modern
world a pristine nation has evolved.
Rich in history and tempered in the
fires of battle. Still dealing in
good faith with their national
neighbors, The United States of