A picture of the plains, made on the plains and full of the life of that interesting region. It is difficult, perhaps, to offer any helpful criticism of a picture like this. A considerable proportion of its interest will naturally depend upon the point of view selected by the operator of the camera. In this instance the operator did his work well and there is little to be said against his choice. The picture breathes the spirit of the plains and illustrates graphically the life which is fast passing away. Such films not only interest those who see them, but they preserve in intelligible form scenes which ultimately will be only memories. - The Moving Picture World, March 26, 1910
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