This old-fashioned Western starring Beatriz Michelena reflects the racial prejudices of its day. After the birth of a son, a white man leaves his Native American sweetheart for a white woman. In an act of revenge, the Native woman kidnaps the infant that results from her ex-lover's new relationship. The little girl, named Fawn, is handed over to a missionary to be reared. Living not far from the missionary is the girl's half-breed half-brother (Albert Morrison), who is forced into hiding when he kills a henchman of the evil Snake Le Gal (Andrew Robson) during a card game. A stranger (William Pike) comes through town and falls in love with Fawn (Michelena), who is now grown, but a damper is put on the romance when he hears she is a half-breed. The stranger has come to these parts because he plans to avenge the death of his father, Sheriff Hollister. After a stage robbery, Le Gal -- who was Hollister's killer -- imprisons Fawn in his cabin and tries to place the blame for the robbery on her half-brother. LeGal meets his death, but not before confessing that Fawn is 100-percent white. This removes the racial barrier, and she can unite with the handsome stranger.
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