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The evolution of a Colorado town and the people who call it home for various reasons: money, freedom or crime.

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A journalist (Sharon Gless) and a historian (Andy Griffith) interview a current resident (David Janssen) of Centennial who recalls citizens and the rise and fall of the Venneford cattle empire.
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As Charlotte crusades for the rights of downtrodden Mexicans, the Grebes' good fortune takes a sudden turn for the worse.
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Widow Secombe's (Lynn Redgrave) pending marriage to Lloyd is subject to his romance with Clemma (Cristina Raines); Wendell makes a killing in real estate.
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The Wendells (Anthony Zerbe, Lois Nettleton) look for other likely prospects after cheating the Rev. Holly out of his home; the Venneford ranch tries out Hereford cattle on approval.
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A blizzard devastates the Venneford ranch; Secombe faces charges of fraud; Levi returns to Pennsylvania for a visit and is shunned by the community.
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Sheepman Garrett threatens a range war with landowners Lloyd (William Atherton) and Brumbaugh (Alex Karras). Sheriff Dumire (Brian Keith) refuses to intervene; Lloyd and Brumbaugh fight back.
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British investors commission Skimmerhorn (Cliff De Young) to lead a cattle drive through the region between Texas and Colorado.
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With settlers fearing attacks, Col. Skimmerhorn (Richard Crenna) forms a private army; placed in charge of the regular government troops, he arrests Maj. Mercy for treason.
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McKeag sends his daughter Lucinda to comfort widowed Levi; Congress foils Zendt, McKeag and Maj. Mercy's attempted treaty with the Indians.
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Elderly McKeag befriends Zendt (Gregory Harrison) and his wife, Elly (Stephanie Zimbalist), heading from Pennsylvania to Oregon.
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Fur trapper Pasquinel makes Clay Basket (Barbara Carrera) his wife after recently marrying Lise; McKeag's fight with Pasquinel's son ends a thriving partnership.
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Canadian trapper Pasquinel (Robert Conrad) saves Scottish fugitive McKeag (Richard Chamberlain) from Pawnees then later weds Lise (Sally Kellerman), daughter of a silversmith.

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