WorldCat Identities

Big Tree

Overview
Works: 22 works in 24 publications in 1 language and 17 library holdings
Genres: Western films  Drama  Film adaptations  Action and adventure films  Western plays  History  Fiction  Treaties  Internet videos 
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Big Tree
Stagecoach by John Ford( Visual )

2 editions published between 1997 and 2006 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In 1855, the Overland stage from Tonto to Lordsburg leaves town with eight people on board. In the front, sit Buck the driver and Marshal Curley Wilcox, who is riding shotgun to protect the stage from hostile Indians and from the Plummer brothers, a vicious band of outlaws. The passengers consist of Doc Josiah Boone, the town drunk; Dallas, a woman of ill repute, who, like Doc, has been banished from town; the pregnant Lucy Mallory, who is taking the stage to meet her husband, a cavalry officer, and is treated gallantly by her fellow passenger, Hatfield, a gambler; Gatewood, the town's sanctimonious banker who mouths respectability while clutching a carpet bag filled with stolen money; and Peacock, a timid whiskey drummer. Because of an Apache uprising by Geronimo, the cavalry escorts the coach to the first station at Dry Fork. Along the way, Buck stops to pick up the Ringo Kid, who has escaped from prison to seek revenge on the Plummers, who killed his family and sent him to jail on false testimony. After Curley arrests Ringo, the stage continues on to Dry Fork, where they discover that there are no troops to escort them farther. Voting to continue on alone, they reach the next stop, where their journey is delayed when Mrs. Mallory, learning that her husband has been wounded, goes into premature labor. Doc sobers up to deliver the baby, and as they await Mrs. Mallory's recovery, Dallas and Ringo fall in love and Dallas urges Ringo to escape. Ringo is on the verge of leaving when he sees Apache war signals, and the passengers hastily board the stage to make a desperate dash to Lordsburg. Just as they think the danger has passed, the Apaches attack at a dry lake bed, wounding Peacock and Buck and killing Hatfield. At the last minute, the cavalry rides to the rescue and escorts the stage to Lordsburg, where Gatewood is arrested for embezzlement. There, Curley grants Ringo his freedom so that he can avenge the murder of his family, and after gunning down the Plummers, Ringo and Dallas ride off into the night to begin life anew at his ranch across the border"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
She wore a yellow ribbon by John Ford( Visual )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Captain Brittles' (Wayne) patrol is encumbered by Olivia (Dru) and her aunt, which prevents him from stopping an impending Indian war. Neither can the old chief of the tribe. Brittles, however, stampedes the ponies and prevents the war
Indenture by Seneca Nation of New York( )

1 edition published in 1787 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Indenture, 5 Mar. 1787, between Little Beard, Big Tree, Spruce Carrier and other chiefs of the Seneca and Cayuga Nations, and Benjamin Brideswell, Caleb Benton, John Bartle and others, for lands beginning above Newtown Creek on the Tioga, east down the Owego to the Susquehanna River, then along the Pennsylvania line seventy-nine miles, then north to the place of beginning
 
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Audience level: 0.57 (from 0.21 for Stagecoach ... to 1.00 for Correspond ...)

Alternative Names
Chief John Big Tree Amerikaans acteur (1877-1967)

Chief John Big Tree amerikansk skådespelare

Chief John Big Tree amerikansk skodespelar

Chief John Big Tree amerikansk skuespiller

John Big Tree acteur américain

John Big Tree Mitglied der Seneca Nation of New York und Schauspieler

Tree, Big-, Seneca chief

Чиф Джон Биг Три

شيف جون بيغ تري

ジョン・ビッグ・ツリー

Languages
English (23)