The epic saga of the men and women who built the Union Pacific Railroad continues, as men and women following the rails West to glory pay the price of progress. When Captain Taney's cavalry opens fire on friendly Sioux, Joshua Hood, his chief scout, must go behind Taney's back to work for peace.
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