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The private counters.

BAXTER

We ain't goin back, Prince.

The major takes charge once and for all.

SEVIER

Save it! It's not over yet. The

station is twenty miles from here

and there are plenty of these

savages that hate us between here

and there.

EXT. FOREST NEAR GILLESPIE'S STATION - DAY

Fifty Cherokee that are more soldier than warrior, prepare to attack the station. They line up on horseback positioning themselves for the attack.

John Watts and The Ridge ride the line looking at each Man.

They come to Stan Watie with his men eager for battle.

Talmidge, the nephew of Chief Watts rides to the war party.

He sees John Ross leaned against a tree.

Talmidge is smug when he speaks to John in Cherokee.

TALMIDGE

(Cherokee)

John Ross, token white boy, you

want to see real warriors. Look at

these fine full blood Cherokee and

Creek.

John fires back in Cherokee.

JOHN ROSS

(Cherokee)

Talmidge Watts, you're just here

because your uncle is Chief Watts.

Talmidge appears put down and speaks in English.

TALMIDGE

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