In Tierra Blanca, Mexico, Federal General Orozco stands with other "Orozquistas" or "Colorados" (Red flaggers). Rebel troops aboard train before the battle at Tierra Blanco. Man walking across the battlefield at Tierra Blanca.
Man walks across the battle field at Tierra Blanca, Mexico, during the Mexican Revolution. Defeated Federal soldiers and their families near Presidio, Texas. Women and children seated on ground. Men stand with horses and mules. Many prisoners huddled under blankets. 5000 Federal prisoners and refugees march to Marfa under guard of U.S. Cavalry soldiers of the American Punitive Expedition forces. Mexican refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. board a train bound for Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. U.S. Cavalry soldiers standing near the trains.
Rebel General Benavides (incorrectly spelled Benevitas in the slate) and Chief of Rebel Army at Juarez, Mexico. Rebel troops aboard and on top of moving train bound for battle at Tierra Blanco. Mexican Rebel leader Pancho Villa talks to another rebel leader, standing beside rail cars.
Artist Georgia O'Keefe carries purchases to her car (a 1941 Ford convertible) as she leaves general store in Abiquiu, New Mexico. The shop keeper carries some of her items. Closeup of O'Keefe in her car as she drives away. Scene shifts to O'Keefe standing at the the Plaza Blanca cliffs, that she calls the "white place." Closeup of Ms.O'Keefe. Camera pans unusual rock formations. View of O'keefe at campfire. Her car parked nearby, and white cliffs in background. An O'keefe painting of flower with white mountains in background. Another of her paintings, and figurines representing Navajo priests. Scene shifts to Navajo dancers in costume as birds. Others in traditional clothing with elaborate headresses, chant and play drums. Scene shifts to Navajo children playing marbles in sand, and back again to dancers and drummers. The adobe St. Thomas Church is seen in background. Navajo family inside their home, where woman attends baby in a swing. Closeup of the baby. Panning views of dramatic landscapes. Herd of sheep grazing. Film concludes with views of mountains, sky, deserts, and canyons.
Rebel General Benavides (incorrectly spelled as Benevitas in the film slate) and the chief of staff of the Rebel Army at Juarez, Mexico. General greets Rebel Army chief of staff. They mount horses and cross a water stream led by Horse-Cart in front.
Federal Soldiers lined up for inspection at Ojinaga, Mexico. Associated Press Reporter Charles A. Pryor and cameraman on the scene. Generals Mercado (film slate says "Mercada" which is incorrect spelling) and General Castro who evacuated Ojinaga stand with other Federals. Shot of Charles A. Pryor (Chas) again, who was captured and held by Federals at Ojinaga, and released by General Castro. Views of Federal encampment with low brick buildings and tents. Horse carts cross a stream. American Punitive Expedition forces seen among those crossing. Federal gunners fire with tanks and rifles, while lined up behind an embankment. Dead men on ground and a dead horse. Federal generals look through binoculars, standing behind the firing line. Federal soldiers search for hidden treasure by dismantling rebel encampment buildings. (They are likely seeking a horde of gold that was reportedly hidden by Pancho Villa somewhere near Devils Cave on the Cerrito de la Santa Cruz, near Ojinaga).