Hector Douglass reports on the making of a film about 19th-century Native American bandit Henry Berry Lowrey. "Through Native Eyes" takes place in rural North Carolina, where Berry robbed banks and distributed the money to the poor, especially Native Americans. His escapades have become legendary, but until now the tales have only been passed along orally.



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