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The Ridge stops in front of them. He is a fierce figure. Ridge speaks to John in a loving tone.

THE RIDGE

Save our people, peacemaker. Your

Time has come.

John is strong in his statement.

JOHN

No, I will fight by blood or word.

 DISSOLVE TO:

EXT. LOG HOUSE - DAY

John Ross is older and more mature. He rides a fine thoroughbred horse to the front of the well kept log house and dismounts.

SUBTITLE: TEN YEARS LATER

The beautiful Quatie stands in the doorway. She is a grown

woman now. Quatie walks outside, close to John. She gazes lovingly at John's glowing face.

John’s face glows with his love for her.

JOHN ROSS

I saw your family at the trading

post, thought I'd ride out. I've

been wanting to talk to you.

Quatie is flirtatious. John has to say it before he loses his nerve.

JOHN ROSS

(continuing)

Ah, Quatie, the white government’s

treaty has called the Cherokee into

their army. I'm an officer and, ah,

will you marry me before I go?  

Quatie holds John's hand. There is a pause while Quatie looks at John's face and eyes.

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