This was the first feature film produced by a black man, namely Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951) who went on to make many more movies after this one.

Filming Locations —

Winner, Tripp County.

The Homesteader (1919)
CAST: Charles D. Lucas, Evelyn Preer, Iris Hall, Inez Smith, Vernon S. Duncan, Charles R. Moore, Trevy Woods, William George....
WRITER: Oscar Micheaux
PRODUCER: Oscar Micheaux
DIRECTOR: Oscar Micheaux

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