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I will fight no more forever

Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe and his efforts to keep his people free.

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  • "I will fight no more"
  • "Ich kämpfe niemals wieder"

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  • "Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe and his efforts to keep his people free."@en
  • "General Howard is ordered by President Grant to move the Nez Perce from their tribal homeland to an Indian reservation in the Northwest Territory. Chief Joseph refuses to give up the land that belongs to his people."@en
  • "Tells the heroic and tragic true story of the Nez Perce Indians and their leader, Chief Joseph."@en
  • ""General Howard is ordered by President Grant to move the Nez Perce from their tribal homeland to an Indian reservation in the Northwest Territory. Chief Joseph refuses to give up the land that belongs to his people."--Container label."@en
  • "Story of the 1700 mile flight of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce Indians (men, women and children), who outmanuevered ten pursuing units of cavalry for 108 days."
  • "Illustrates events that led to the conflict in 1877 between the Nez Percé Indians and the U.S. Army. Documents the efforts of Chief Joseph to free his people."
  • "Dramatizes the story of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce tribe, who in 1877, after being ordered to move from Oregon to a reservation in Idaho, outmaneuvered the U.S. Army for months, fighting four battles and several skirmishes before finally surrendering."@en
  • "The story of the Nez Percé War of 1877, during which Chief Joseph & the Nez Percé Indians fought General Oliver Otis Howard & the U.S. Army for 108 consecutive days before finally surrendering on Oct. 8, 1877."@en
  • "Shows events that led to the conflict in 1877 between the Nez Percés and the U.S. Army. Chief Joseph led the 300 Nez Percé braves, their women and children in the historic running battle against ten separate commands of the Army."@en
  • "Shows events that led to the conflict in 1877 between the Nez Percés and the U.S. Army. Chief Joseph led the 300 Nez Percé braves, their women and children in the historic running battle against ten separate commands of the Army."
  • "Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Percé Indians and his 1700-mile 108-day fighting retreat from the pursuing U.S. Army."
  • "General Howard is ordered by President Grant to move the Nez Percé from their tribal homeland to an Indian reservation in the Northwest Territory. Chief Joseph refuses to give up the land that belongs to his people. Depicts the historical confrontation between Chief Joseph and the Nez Percé Indians and General Howard and the U.S. Cavalry."@en
  • "Shows events that led to the conflict in 1877 between the Nez Perce and the U.S. Army. Chief Joseph led the 300 Nez Perce braves, their women and children in the historic running battle against ten separate commands of the Army."
  • "Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Percé Indians and his effort to free his people."
  • "Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians and his efforts to free his people."
  • "Chief Joseph, of the Nez Percé Indians attempts to lead his tribe into Canada."@en
  • "Dramatization of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians and his efforts to free his people."@en
  • "Docudrama records the heroic efforts of Chief Joseph, a Nez Perce Indian, to free his people from white military oppression in 1877. Forced by a trail of broken treaties to take up arms, he attempted to fight his way to Canada. With superb tactical skill, he held off ten commands of the U.S. Army, and was within thirty miles of the Canadian border when defeat finally overtook him."@en
  • ""In a time when many tribes had already been forced on to reservations, Chief Joseph and Nez Perce of the Wallowa Valley held their ground. They felt confident that they would keep their land, especially because they had a friend and ally in General Oliver O. Howard (Whitmore), a Union veteran and army commander. But when Howard came with disheartening news from Washington. Joseph and his people must move to the reservation, the tides changed abruptly. When they refused the terms, Howard had no choice but to take forcible action. As the battle raged on, freezing conditions, death and starvation finally led to Joseph's sad words of surrender, 'I will fight no more forever' -- BACK of CONTAINER."
  • "Adventure and drama film of the 300 Nez Perce Indian warriors who face the entire Western U.S. Army in a final confrontation in 1877."@en
  • "Re-enactment of the story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Percé Indians and his 1700-mile 108-day fighting retreat from the pursuing U.S. Army."
  • "I will fight no more forever: Shows events that led to the conflict in 1877 between the Nez Perces and the U.S. Army. Chief Joseph led the 300 Nez Perce braves, their women and children in the historic running battle against ten separate commands of the Army."

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  • "I will fight no more forever"
  • "I will fight no more forever the story of Chief Joseph"

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