The harsh sun, violent wind, pouring rain, wild Indians, the desolate prairie stretching on mile upon torturous mile, seemingly without end. Enough to challenge the strongest man. But what of the women? Plucked from their homes, their hearths, their friends, everything familiar and secure. How will they survive this unforgiving land? "The women make up the strength of this train." So says Flint McCullough. Which of the women will endure, and which will the prairie conquer? There's Mrs. Clara Reynolds from Philadelphia; Mrs. Sally Miller, young newlywed bride; Mrs. Charity Kirby, Gloucester woman who refused to leave her piano behind; and finally, Grandma Bates, seasoned veteran of the prairie crossing from her youth, on her way back to California.
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Did You Know?
Parts of the Indian attack were seen in a few previous episodes. Note the same Indian/actor getting trampled by his horse. See more