You killed my husband!
She begins to cry and sits on the ground. The soldier guarding her jerks Karra up and drags her toward the barn.
The children scream for their mother.
The Colonel looks coldly at the children.
Take them with the others.
Sergeant Prince walks beside Colonel Sevier.
We have them all, sir.
Sevier answers in an arrogant tone.
All right Sergeant Prince, mount'em
up. Move the Cherokee prisoners out
to the Stockade and have some troops
take the slaves to the auction house.
The sergeant starts the process in a very military manner.
(turns to the men)
You heard the colonel. Morris and
Clay take the slaves to the Auction.
The rest of you move out.
Major Casteel and the soldiers at the barn move the prisoners out toward the road. Morris and Clay take five slaves from the crowd of prisoners and march them away from the barn in an opposite direction.
The soldiers surround the Cherokee prisoners with their horses as they move on.
The two children break and run between the horses into the woods. A soldier start to pursue them.
The Colonel speaks sharply as he rides forward with Major Casteel.