Footage of an American Indian settlement - a woman cooks bread in a primitive oven.
"Even more primitive are the Indians of the Southwest." L/S of a rocky landscape. Two children run down a hill towards the camera. M/S of children walking through a stream or lake which is close to some primitive housing carved into the rock face. Various shots of the settlement. "Facing the elements on every side."
M/S of a young squaw walking towards the camera with a baby in a papoose strapped to her back. C/U of the young woman and her baby. She turns around for the camera. "Home-made bread from home-grown flour." M/S of the squaw kneading dough. She makes some small loaves and places them into a square dish. "One oven for the entire community." M/S of woman putting her bread into a primitive oven on the top of a hillside - she sweeps it out first. She then places a square brick against the opening of the oven. "The bakery - a free-for-all." M/S of woman taking trays of bread from the oven. She hands one tray to a friend.
Red Indians, American Indians.
Note: Intertitle has "Inkwell Studios" at the top and "Reelview" at the bottom.
There is a note on the end leader "Blue tint, Lt (?) amber" - presumably tinting and toning instructions.
Date unknown - no stock mark.