Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family.

When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim.

He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship.

agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine.

The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive.

Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months.

With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer.

He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family.

It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship.

agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family.

When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family.

It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months.

With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer.

He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive.

Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months.

With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer.

He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine.

The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive.

Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months.

With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim. He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family.

When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship. agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches Thirteen-year-old Matt is left alone in the wilderness of Maine in 1768 to protect his family's claim.

He is befriended by Penobscot Indians who teach him how to survive. Adapted from Elizabeth George Speare's "The Sign of the Beaver," this powerful drama stars Keith Carradine as a pioneer who reluctantly leaves his 13-year-old son in the wilderness while he retrieves the rest of the family. It's 1768, and a colonial family is seeking a new life in the wilderness of Maine. The father must reluctantly leave 13-year-old Matt alone in the wilderness to hold the land claim until he can return with the rest of the family. When the family is detained for months by a deadly epidemic, Matt's chances of survival become slimmer and slimmer. He is saved by the Penobscot Indians, who teach him survival skills and lessons of trust and friendship.

agreed to protect the homestead while awaiting the return of his family but, due to unforseen delays, his short wait turns to months. With assistance from the Penobscot Indians the boy learns the necessary skills to survive and must make the difficult decision whether to continue waiting for his family or depart with the natives as the Maine winter approaches.