1964, 6 seasons to date
Adventure / History / Western
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Mingo(Ed Ames), wanted DEAD! Daniel Boone(Fess Parker) must capture his friend Mingo and bring him to justice before all Kentucky erupts in war. Daniel's friend Yadkin(Albert Salmi) is a trusted friend to all in Booneborough and among the Cherokee. Yadkin had canoed up river and while meeting with a Cherokee trading party when they were ambushed by a Creek war party. Yadkin was found floating down river by Daniel's son Israel(Darby Hinton). With Cincinnatus(Dal McKennon) removing the slug(bullet) and Rebecca Boone(Patricia Blair) nursing him, he began to pull through....
As Daniel and Yadkin try to find the latest poachers, they meet a Welsh widow with three children who is determined to settle in Shawnee territory in spite of the fact that the tribe has been hostile to settlers in the recent past.
Daniel and Mingo encounter a strangely dressed Indian fighting of a hunting party. After rescuing him they begin to try and unravel who he was and where he came from. Mingo suspects he may be the sole survivor of a tribe wiped out 200 years ago by the Spaniards.
An athletic escaped slave commits a series of brazen, but non-lethal, thefts of furs from trappers in order to secure enough money to buy passage back to Africa. Daniel decides to set a trap and gets more than he bargained for when they cross paths. Upon finally subduing the determined rogue, Daniel finds that his real conflict is with the man the slave has been selling the stolen furs to - a treacherous nemesis he banished years earlier who is back for revenge.
Boonesboro gives $100 to Otis Cobb for an errand, but he ends up spending it, under curious circumstances, on a slave, Goliath. The town wants Otis to work off the debt for fifty cents a day, but when a wrestler and his manager come to town seeking to fight for money, Goliath ends up fighting to pay off the debt.
Big Zack, a bear hunter, comes to Boonesborough to trade a prime grizzly pelt for supplies. Unbeknown to him, a band of Shawnee led by a man bent on avenging his brother's death at the hands of Zack is tracking him.
A former Indian chief breaks out of prison to reclaim his son who has lived with a white family since he was a baby.
Israel befriends Tanner, an addled and confused woodsman who confuses the past with the present and reality with fantasy. After he kidnaps Israel Daniel sets out to rescue him.
Daniel agrees to a request of a friend to take his son, whom he regards as spoiled and irresponsible, and teach him the ways of the wilderness and learn something more manly than the painting the young man seems most interested in. Daniel and the young man both get more than they were bargaining for in the process.
Daniel, Josh, and Mason come across two nuns, only to discover that they are actually a young French countess and her aide, who are fleeing a group of revolutionaries who want the young woman dead.
Visiting New Orleans to sell the furs they've trapped, Daniel and Josh become mixed up with a beautiful French jewel thief who is attempting to double-cross the rest of her gang. The gullible Josh falls for the scheming woman's charms, which allows her to hide the stolen bauble inside his guitar.
A former slave, now a chief of the Tuscarora, helps Daniel lead a ragtag group of soldiers on an operation against the British.