|Plot||The man of the East leaves wife and baby for the gold fields. Later he strikes gold, writes for wife and baby, the mail bag falls off the stage coach, floats down and catches on the rocks, while the husband and wife wait for news of each other. The wife starts to find her husband, but arrives too late for the weekly stage to the camp. A boy takes her in a wagon across the desert. At a "waterhole" the woman alights to fill the canteen and some drunken Indians frighten the boy, who drives off. The mother wanders till her strength gives out, leaving the baby under some bushes, she climbs a near-by hill, hoping to see some signs of life. She falls exhausted and is found by some Indians, taken to their camp and nursed back to life. The baby is discovered by some cowboys, taken to camp, and Jim being the only man who knows about babies, adopts it. The baby must be fed, there is no milk; the Chinaman solves the difficulty by buying up "The Only Female in Camp" - a goat. An itinerant priest visits Jim's shack and sees the baby. He next visits the camp of the Indians, hears the white woman's story and by his efforts the little family are united.... search for Fifty Miles from Tombstone on IMDb|
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