side. He dodges the warrior and grabs his saber with the other
hand running it through the Creek Warrior. The Warrior falls dead.
Talmidge also fights a Creek warrior. He is able to draw his pistol and shoot the warrior. The Creek falls to the ground.
Houston is poised for another charge.
He sees John kill the last Creek with a saber. The roar of battle stops.
Ross, Talmidge and Houston's eyes meet over the killing field. It is strewn with a thousand Creeks and forty‑four white and Cherokee soldiers. Red battle clubs are neon over the broad front line.
General Jackson rides through the area surveying the destruction. The Ridge rides beside him.
EXT. CHEROKEE TOWN
John and Talmidge travel in front of a column of Union Cherokee cavalry troops on the edge of a small Cherokee town. John now wears the rank of major. Talmidge wears more sergeant stripes.
We're finally going home.
They hear gunfire. John looks toward the town. He signals his troops to move out. They ride fast to the middle of the town just short of a battle between Union soldiers and Cherokee town’s people.
John's eyes quickly survey the area.
He sees Union soldiers and Cherokee towns’ people shooting each other.
John speeds his horse down the street. He yells and shoots into the air.