McCord takes an ill-fated stagecoach ride with a group of passengers that includes a prisoner on his way to the gallows, an officer who voted against McCord at the court-martial... and the officer's wife, who was romantically involved with McCord.
McCord tries to negotiate the surrender of an Apache warrior who illegally left the reservation with his family over the objections of an Army major who wants the Native American dead.
A female newspaper publisher has to turn to McCord for help when she refuses to endorse a corrupt town boss for an important political appointment.
A man who claims he killed Jason McCord receives a nasty surprise when he encounters the real McCord alive and well.
McCord gets involved in a custody case between the cousin of an old pal's orphaned son and the Native American housekeeper who raised the boy.
After making a survey map of the newly purchased Alaska Territory for Secretary of State William Seward, McCord becomes the target of two thugs who want to steal the map.
McCord tries to prevent a witness who could clear him of cowardice from being lynched by a kangaroo court.
McCord helps an undertaker haul a coffin into a town, but he's unaware that it contains a live safecracker who plans to rob the Wells Fargo office.
McCord visits the grave of an old friend and fellow soldier, Corporal Jimmy Macon, and remembers back to the time when they were both captured by Indians.
McCord remembers back to when he and fellow soldier, Afro-American Jimmy Macon, were forced to fight to the death for the amusement of their Native American captors.
Famed circus owners Barnum and Bailey offer McCord a job starring in re-enactments of the Bitter Creek Massacre.
McCord gets involved in a bank hold-up when he tries to cash a check for $10,000.
McCord gets on the bad side of a cattle baron when he stops the man from whipping the leader of a gypsy band.
After having McCord jailed on false charges, a cattle baron is enraged when he learns that a band of gypsies have bailed our hero out of the hoosegow and decides to wipe them out.
A tailor who provides a foster home for a group of orphans is told to pack up and leave after one of his charges is accused of a shooting.
McCord finds himself arrested by uniformed Army personnel and placed in a prison van with a former Confederate officer who's making plans to establish a military empire.
While riding the trail, McCord comes upon a delirious white girl wearing Native American clothing who's been tied to a clearing by a group of wolf hunters.
Actor Edwin Booth, brother of presidential assassin John Wilkes Booth, hires McCord as a bodyguard.
In this flashback episode, McCord recalls a meeting with General Grant during the Civil War after being awakened at 3 a.m. in the morning.
After McCord kills a gunman, the townspeople of Silverton offer him the job of sheriff, since the last three have been gunned down within the year. However, when McCord chooses to capture outlaws rather than gun them down, the townspeople protest his "cowardly" ways.
McCord arrives in a town to witness the hanging of a man who once saved his life and encounters the man's son who swears vengeance upon the town.
McCord is hired by a cattleman to fence his land, starting a range war with farmers.
After he's stricken by diptheria, McCord volunteers to be a guinea pig for an experimental vaccine developed by a female physician.
McCord is sent on another mission by President Grant. This time he's ordered to find out the reason why famed military man George Armstrong Custer has been criticizing the administration's Native American policy.
McCord prevents a clash between Custer's soldiers and Native Americans but then a Native American agent is found murdered.
McCord tries to prevent full-scale bloodshed between the Army and Native Americans after the murder of a reservation agent.
A Mexican teen decides to emulate his idol, legendary bandit Joaquin Murietta, by robbing a $50,000 gold shipment entrusted to McCord.
McCord is handed another dirty mission by President Grant. This time his assignment is to infiltrate a cabal of extremists who are rumored to be plotting against the life of the Chief Executive.
After preventing an assassination attempt upon the life of President Grant, McCord discovers evidence which points to an influential Senator as the mastermind of the attack.
Famed newspaperman Horace Greeley takes his own advice and heads west but then he's the target of an assassin from which he's saved by McCord. Greeley then hires McCord as his social secretary/bodyguard.
The owner of a freight line tries to prevent McCord from completing a survey for a railroad which would put him out of business.
The saucy eleven-year-old daughter of a bank robber vows to get even with McCord for killing her father.