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The Savage - Bonanza S2|44
Adam rides up on some Indians wanting to harm a white woman they believed was a mountain spirit. He kills them but not before they wound him. The woman nurses him back to health but the rest of the tribe is still out there looking for her. While traveling, Adam is wounded by Indians and left for dead. He is found by Ruth, a white Shoshone woman who was long believed to have the power to heal. Once the tribe decided that she had no powers, they sentenced her to death. With Adam's injuries, "White Buffalo Woman", as she's known, has a chance to redeem herself in the eyes of her tribe. More on https://bonanza.fandom.com/wiki/The_Savage
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