Jeb and Hoot are two black men traveling through the west. When they decide to stop at a Indian Village to trade for horses, they get more than they barnagins for.
Sarah was a white woman, with an Indian baby. She had been captrue d by the Comanche and traded to the Shawnee. She had the chief's grandson in her arms to prove it.
Jeb and Hoot knew the dangers of being with a white woman, so they traveled the back roads to get her to her people.
But would her white family take her back, for she could not leave her Indian baby, and she traveled with two black men. How could the three of them get out of this without getting killed?