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Episode 24 : The Necklace

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Episode 24 : The Necklace

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Season 3

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1h 00m



Episodes
Episode 1 : Dan'l Boone Shot a B'ar
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Episode 2 : The Allegiances
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Episode 3 : Goliath
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Episode 4 : Grizzly
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Episode 5 : First in War, First in Peace
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Episode 6 : Run a Crooked Mile
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Episode 7 : The Matchmaker
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Episode 8 : Onatha
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Episode 9 : The Loser's Race
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Episode 10 : The Enchanted Gun
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Episode 11 : Requiem for Craw Green
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Episode 12 : The Lost Colony
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Episode 13 : River Passage
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Episode 14 : When a King Is a Pawn
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Episode 15 : The Symbol
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Episode 16 : The Williamsburg Cannon (1)
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Episode 17 : The Williamsburg Cannon (2)
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Episode 18 : The Wolf Man
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Episode 19 : The Jasper Ledbedder Story
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Episode 20 : When I Became a Man, I Put Away Childish Things
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Episode 21 : The Long Way Home
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Episode 22 : The Young Ones
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Episode 23 : Delo Jones
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Episode 25 : Fort West Point
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Episode 26 : Bitter Mission
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Episode 27 : Take the Southbound Stage
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Episode 28 : The Fallow Land
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