The Place Where They Cried
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The true story of two Indian chiefs who accidentally changed the face of America. More
Spring of 1860: The Pony Express at Williams Station abducts and abuses two small Indian girls. The chiefs of the girls' respective tribes unite in search of revenge.
Gives Grain, coy and enigmatic, professes shamanic prowess. Middle Road Maker, reserved and stern, struggles to understand his warrior mother's legacy. From wildly different cultures, these antipodal men have nothing in common--except their inability to keep the other at arm's length. From strangers to allies to lovers, their actions are what trigger the metamorphosis of America's landscape.
Based on the true story of the Pony Express War.
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