Native Americans assist in the staging of a mock 'Wild West' battle.
Full title reads: "America. 'Like a living page from Fenimore Cooper' Red Indians celebrate 65th anniversary of peace treaty with the 'Palefaces' with 'plenty big Pow Wow'."
United States of America.
Members of five native American Indian tribes gather to 'celebrate' the Medicine Lodge peace treaty.
Tribesmen, chiefs and squaws in traditional native American dress perform a re-enactment of sacred and ceremonial dances.
A wagon train - horse drawn and in the style of the Wild West comes across the field. A large crowd are watching.
A wagon drawn by an ox is followed by shots of a 'Red Indian' family with horses.
A recreation of a charge by Indian horsemen is staged. The cowboys and travellers on the mock wagon train fire rifles and pistols. It is really just a 'Wild West' show.