Centennial (1978–1979)
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The Shepherds 

The town is now called Centennial. The last of the Arapaho led by Lone Eagle leave for a reservation. Hans Brumbaugh refuses to be intimidated by the Venneford Ranch; a range war threatens ... See full summary »

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Jim Lloyd
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Herman Bockweiss
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Clay Basket
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Alexander McKeag
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Pasquinel
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Colonel Frank Skimmerhorn
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Major Maxwell Mercy
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Professor Lewis Vernor
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Levi Zendt
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Sheriff Axel Dumire
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Lise Bockweiss
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The town is now called Centennial. The last of the Arapaho led by Lone Eagle leave for a reservation. Hans Brumbaugh refuses to be intimidated by the Venneford Ranch; a range war threatens to erupt when Messmore Garrett brings sheep to the area. Brumbaugh imports a Japanese family to help on his farm. Written by Anonymous

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10 December 1978 (USA)  »

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There is a scene in which a farmer is killed in chapter 6 that is repeated in the introduction of chapter 7. In chapter 6 the scene is set in 1868, in chapter 7 the scene is set in 1881. See more »

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Paul Garrett: [an eagle is soaring high in the sky] If the land belonged to anybody, it belonged to him. But by 1876 a number of claimants had pushed into his territory, and made their marks. Come and gone.
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