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In the lives of the Plains Indians the Buffalo was most important for food, clothing and shelter. A wise old Sioux medicine man, Standing Elk, and his warlike son, Hawk, hunted Buffalo in the same way generations before them had. The buffalo accepted this as part of their life struggle against all elements, grizzlies and blizzards. Then the white man came – the railroads, soldiers and hidehunters, and the struggle for survival was two-fold. Fighting for survival were the buffalo, led by the king bull, Kahtanka, who had to fight many battles before he became herd-leader, and Hawk fighting for the Indians. Dramatic story.
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