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trip.

The much older Chief Watts walks beside John.

WATTS

We are almost ready, John.

John hears but is more concerned about his old friend.

JOHN ROSS

Chief Watts, I'm sorry you have

been Put in this shameful position

of removing our own people from

their homes.

Chief Watts smiles.

WATTS

Don’t be sorry, if not for you

there probably would be no Cherokee

people to move.

John smiles. The statement reminds the chief of the past.

WATTS

(continuing)

Sometimes I think we made a mistake

by not killing them all when they

were few and we were many.

It is also a sobering reminder for John.

JOHN ROSS

They are the warden of this land

now. We can only retain our heritage.

If we don’t we will have nothing and

be nothing.

Talmidge comes into sight carrying a bed roll as he walks with Quatie. She sees John and runs to him.

John sees Quatie and smiles. Quatie runs into his arms, they kiss. Quatie looks at John. Talmidge greets his uncle in the background.

QUATIE

I missed you.

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