Newsreel: "Indians Appeal to Save Land" (1925)

Pueblo Indians visit San Francisco to discuss with city mayor about squatters on their land, and they visit a local buffalo herd.

Opening titles: “1925; Indians appeal to save land; Voice: Tom Hale” over an illustration of a cityscape; a group of Pueblo Indians (no bands or specific tribal affiliation stated) in ceremonial attire stand behind a white man in a suit (San Francisco mayor James Rolph); various views of the men; Rolph shakes hands with the Pueblo men; he then accepts a gift of a walking stick from one man; close up of Chief Santiago Naranjo; various shots of Pueblo men looking through a wire fence at buffalo feeding at a trough (this is likely Golden Gate Park where there’s a buffalo herd); the men dance in a tight circle.