A small island band of Ojibwe, pacifists for generations, are forced into a war against the Sioux to the west by their mainland Ojibwe cousins.
They are killed to a man, except one fifteen year-old boy, Powers of the Air. As the battle sweeps over them, he is charged by his father to escape, and keep their story alive.
Returning home to his island in grief, Powers of the Air helps to craft a song of remembrance, telling the story of the heroic men who died.
As time passes the remnant of his band struggle to survive; but in the face of the now endless invasion of whites from the East, they suffer greatly.
A group of white explorers charting the island hears Powers of the Air sing his tribe’s song. One in their group is so moved, he carves the singer’s face into a nearby sandstone cliff.
The Face stands etched in rock for generations, silent and waiting through weather and time. Until a white historian reaches into the past, and through him, Powers of the Air’s spirit sings once again.
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