A woman (Jane Wyatt) and her lovely niece come to Seattle and immediately begin to stir up hatred among the Bolt brothers.
Jeremy is accused of murder, and the only witness who can save him is an old Indian who has gone into the mountains to die.
Jeremy attempts to teach a silent, abused boy (Mitch Vogel) to speak to save him from being committed to an institution.
The twin brother of the Bolts' late father arrives with Scottish flair in Seattle and proceeds to antagonize his nephews.
Trouble accompanies Canadian liquor bought by Jeremy and Clancy to pacify Seattle during a San Francisco distiller's strike.
A heavily wagered bout between Joshua and a Greek farmer over a girl (Arlene Martel) escalates when the farmer is kidnapped.
Joshua falls in love with a visiting trapper's blind daughter (Meg Foster) and knows of a doctor who can restore her sight.
Jeremy sets off in pursuit of a stylish outlaw-turned-sheriff (John Davidson) who has abducted Candy and fled out of town.
Two shady operators and their troupe of dance-hall girls open a rival saloon during a Seattle stopover; guest Steve Graves.
Lottie's former husband (Bob Cummings) comes to Seattle and threatens her with blackmail if she doesn't lend him $5,000.
Holly Houston (Jennifer West) returns to Seattle and starts spreading around her new-found wealth, unaware it's counterfeit.
An alcoholic lawyer (Harold Gould) is pressed into service to help out Jason and Jeremy after they win a debt-ridden saloon.
Jeremy must find a bride for a black logger (Georg Stanford Brown) who has threatened to leave Seattle; guest Cicely Tyson.
A fanatic conservationist (Ronald Feinberg) causes trouble, while a contractor pressures the Bolts to meet a tough deadline.
Stempel's stubborn sister (Katherine Crawford) sets her sights on Jason as a prospective husband, much to Aaron's dismay.
The Bolts and Stempel arrange for singer Jenny Lind (Mala Powers) to visit Seattle, but later learn they have been swindled.
An escaped prisoner (Peter Whitney) with failing eyesight traps Jason and then forces him to lead the way to concealed loot.
The arrival of a band of Greek settlers sets off a land dispute involving the Bolts and their loggers; guest Lou Antonio.
The town prepares for battle after residents report seeing a huge man-creature they call 'Big Foot'; guest Edward Asner.
A desperate moonshiner (John Anderson) on the run descends on Lottie and Jeremy as they are traveling to an Indian mission.
The Bolt brothers befriend a bitter, wounded Indian boy (Ric Natoli) whose family has been murdered; guest Eddie Firestone.
Irish rebels arrive in Seattle, concealing plans to attack a nearby contingent of the British fleet; guest Donnelly Rhodes.
After the departure of a visiting Shakespearean troupe, town residents discover they've been robbed; guest Donald Moffatt.
An aging soldier seeks revenge on Jeremy after the youngest Bolt accidentally kills a mascot bear; guest James B. Sikking.
Capt. Clancy is ready to leave Seattle to avoid revealing that he isn't a millionaire to his visiting brother (Bernard Fox).
Candy's younger brother (Eric Chase) and sister (Patti Cohoon) arrive in Seattle, bringing news of their mother's illness.
After Will Harmon's accidental death, his tyrannical father (R.G. Armstrong) and brothers arrive in Seattle to take revenge.
Jeremy's rescue of a betrothed Chinese girl puts him in trouble with both Candy and a Chinese patriarch; guest Bruce Lee.
Sibling lawyers (Hal England, Alan Oppenheimer) come to Seattle and turn a quarrel between Jason and Joshua into a lawsuit.
Jeremy wins a big lumber contract for the Bolt brothers, only to have the purchaser offer him a job on a new clipper ship.
Joshua and a bride (Mary Jo Kennedy) must pretend to be married to save the girl from her swindling guardian (Henry Jones).
Jason and Stempel join forces to rescue Jeremy and Joshua after the younger Bolt brothers are shanghaied in Port Angeles.
Candy has Jeremy plant gold in a worthless mining claim to give its owner (Will Geer), her grandfather, the will to live.
Several of the brides receive proposals from one Mormon farmer and decide to use him to make their usual suitors jealous.
Lottie's former suitor (Lew Ayres), a con man, arrives in Seattle and swindles the brides out of their newly awarded land.
Seattle's first mayoral election finds Joshua running against Aaron and the brides demanding the vote; guest Logan Ramsey.
Jason falls for an Amish girl but finds it difficult to live the peaceful Amish way when an extortionist mounts an attack.
Indians seeking wives abduct three brides after the Bolts turn down a request to trade skins for women; guest Susan Howard.
While an arsonist stalks the camp, the competition between two ardent suitors heats up; guests Edward Asner, Monte Markham.
Jeremy's plan to wed Candy leads the other brides to think more marriage proposals will soon follow; guest Sam Melville.
Jeremy stalls the New Bedford girls, as Jason and Joshua hurriedly build a dormitory with lumber they charmed from Stempel.
Afraid the boy will be killed at Easter, two motherless girls try to protect a baby born on Christmas.
A medicine-show man (Jack Albertson) arrives in town and proceeds to prevent an impending flood and cure Jeremy's stutter.
Stempel buys land between the Bolts' property and the river, and then refuses to allow the Bolts to haul their logs across.
Jason turns matchmaker for a local man named Sullivan and a Jewish girl (Linda Marsh) who is threatening to leave Seattle.
Confusion reigns as Swede splits with Miss Essie and quits his job, and Miss Essie is convinced Jason is in love with her.
After signing a sheriff (John Marley) to an ironclad three-year contract, the townspeople discover he is a merciless zealot.
Stempel brings a gambler (Phil Bruns) and his wife (Sheree North) to town, knowing Jason can't resist the urge to gamble.
The Rev. Giddings is all set to wed Polly -- until the surprise arrival of her 10-year-old son; Essie sees Debra with Swede.
A backwoods woman (Jennifer West) eyeing Jason as a potential spouse decides to say he is the father of her three children.
The brides threaten to leave unless Jason hires a town doctor but are angry when the only physician he can find is a woman.
The Bolt brothers, owners of a logging camp in 1850s Seattle, head to New England to get prospective brides for their men.