STOP! These people are Cherokee!
You are on Cherokee Nation land.
The fighting stops. The soldiers look at John. The Cherokee towns’ people look at John.
John’s horse spins in a nervous dance as John surveys the area.
Talmidge gives inaudible orders and John's troops stand ready blocking the street.
A Union cavalry captain rides from the opposing army in front of John.
The army's fight is with the Creek
Nation not these people.
The arrogant captain speaks with a smirk and laughs under his breath.
Hell, major. I can't tell one
John gives another order.
Disburse your troops.
The captain is arrogant.
You and them Injuns troops gonna
John nods confidently.
Talmidge commands the troops in the distance.
The Cherokee troops raise their rifles. They take aim at