When Hawkeye's brother is killed by a treacherous Huron, Hawkeye seeks justice.
A party of white settlers is abducted into slavery. Hawkeye and Chingachgook risk their lives to set them free.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook call on the aid of Benjamin Franklin to prevent an assclown who fancies himself a dictator from taking over a frontier town.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook come to the aid of a young Native American doctor who attempts to practice medicine in a town that is leery of him.
Members of the Delaware tribe are accused of murders and robberies they did not commit.
A young man who fled a Huron attack is labeled a coward by his father who was rescued by Hawkeye and Chingachgook.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are sent into the Green Mountains to investigate complaints that Ethan Allen and his pals are committing various crimes verging on treason.
A series of strange incidents terrorize a frontier town and the inhabitants blame them on witchcraft.
An elderly medicine man is driven from his people by an ambitious younger brave.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are called upon by the authorities to investigate claims that servants are being sold into bondage.
An elderly woman calls on Hawkeye and Chingachgook to help find her son, a captive of the Indians.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook learn that a Native American boy raised by a white man is the son of a Cree chief.
Army payroll messengers are slain and Hawkeye goes undercover to catch those responsible for the murders.
An unscrupulous fur trader organizes the Hurons to destroy a nearby settlement where a rival trader has taken away his business.
A young Tuscaroran robs a trading post and is accused of murdering its manager.
A Kona brave tries to kill his rival for the position of chief.
A childlike man finds himself forced to join a gang of renegades.
The leader of a group of settlers ignores warnings from Hawkeye and leads his charges into hostile Huron territory.
After purchasing land from the Tuscorora Indians, settlers are ordered to leave the valley by the tribe's new chief.
A treacherous damsel uses deception to anger the Iroquois into attacking settlers.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are called upon to investigate and mediate a dispute between the Army and Native Americans.
A young man on his way to get hitched discovers that his beloved and her family have been killed in a massacre that was apparently perpetrated by Hurons.
When two women are abucted by a pirate band, Hawkeye and Chingachgook joing the gang to rescue the damsels.
Native Americans have apparently been attacking settlers in violation of a peace treaty but Hawkeye suspects otherwise.
In this episode, Hawkeye and Chingachgook encounter a young man who will later become a great leader. His name---George Washington.
A group of women and children are sold into slavery by the man who promised to guide them through the forest to their menfolk at a new settlement.
A young lieutenant returns home only to clash with a boyhood chum.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are hired by three fortune hunters to guide them to a spot believed to be the location of a rumored treasure buried by the legendary explorer Sieur de LaSalle.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are assigned to take an army lieutenant accused of violating a treaty to trial.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook investigate reports of masked Mingo warriors raiding settlements.
On the trail of notorious frontier renegade Simon Girty, Hawkeye and Chingachgook arrive at a town that's quarantined because of a reported outbreak of plague.
A hot-headed lieutenant, who despises all Shawnees, is the leading suspect in the murder of a Shawnee chief during a peace conference. Hawkeye and Chingachgook think otherwise.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are believed to be the thieves stealing Seneca furs.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are assigned to guide the nine year old heir to a silver mine to the frontier home of his aunt and uncle but it seems as though someone doesn't want the boy to complete his journey.
A young couple who own a trading post are terrorized by a man who claims to own the territory by virtue of a Royal Grant.
Settlers blame a gunsmith and his daughter for illegally selling weapons to hostile Native Americans.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook are hired to deliver a printing press from Benjamin Franklin to a young printer in a frontier town but when they arrive they find that the printer has been arrested for murder.
A Native American child is placed in a deep sleep by a treacherous medicine man who then accuses Hawkeye of placing a spell on her.
Hawkeye and Chingachgook try to prevent a vengeance seeking army lieutenant from instigating a full-scale war with the Native Americans.