The story of Solomon Bibo, a Jewish immigrant who became governor of a Native American tribe during the days of the Wild West.

MOSES ON THE MESA is inspired by the real life of a man named Solomon Bibo. He was a Jewish boy from Germany who came to the Wild West in the late 1800s.

He learned how to ride a horse, how to shoot a gun, how to play poker with the outlaws and make friends with the "Indians" from his grandpa's tall tales.

He married a pueblo beauty, battled against crooked government agents and became the governor of the oldest settlement in North America. Life threw him many curves after that - he fought for progress but lost to tradition, his friends turned against him, great earthquakes and great depressions wiped him out, but he always fought back... and always remained a Jew... a Moses on the Mesa.

This project consists of a short fiction film inspired by Solomon's life and a documentary series of conversations with today's Jews about what makes and keeps them Jewish. (Source)

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Responses to "Moses on the Mesa’: A Wild West Immigrant’s Tale (Movie)"

  1. Unknown says:

    Moses help me start the process of saving these misunderstood creatures.its happening in the great lake's area.all because farmers are expanding there farms.taking more land away from.need and knowledge.

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  3. stephanie says:

    Where can I see this film

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