In 1877, after the near-complete annihilation of the prairie Indians, the Whites have moved further west. There, they encounter the peaceful Nez Perce Indians, who were scheduled to be forced onto a reservation.
After an absence of ten years, Severino returns home to the Manzenero tribe, who live on the edge of the Argentinian Andes, only to find a host of problems in his village. His father, who was on the trail of a gang of white cattle-stealing bandits, has been recently found dead.
Cowboys Joe and Beny travel the Wild West as a financially-struggling entertainment duo. Joe sees himself as a noble fighter for the good in the world, while Beny dreams of becoming a successful clown.
Although the Native Americans have been assured of their lands, adjacent to the Black Hills, by contract, the whites want to expel them.
This historical panorama presents the tragedy of Tecumseh, one of the most significant characters in Indian history. The film depicts the years 1806 - 1813 and his struggles to united the fragmented Indian peoples.
Hobble Frank und Aunty Droll promised Indian chief White Bear to bring Little and Big Bear, his heirs, the map with the safeguarded treasure in the Silver Lake. But bandit chief Brinkley steals the map and plans to rob the treasure.
Under the guidance of their captain Ulzana, the Mimembros built an irrigation system and made their patch of desert fertile. Now they can live independently of the businessmen in Tucson.