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1x1 – Episode 1

After making a deal with Seattle's Mill owner, lumberjack brothers Jason, Joshua, and Jeremy Bolt got to New Bedford, Massachusetts to bring back 100 brides for the men in the town.

1x2 – Episode 2

All those baby-makin' wimmenfolk are gonna need a doctor, so Jason goes in search of one... and Seattle gains yet another woman. Meanwhile, things get explosive for Jeremy.

1x3 – Episode 3

A coarse woman comes to Seattle with three ragged, dirty, ill-behaved children to trap Jason into marriage.

1x4 – Episode 4

A boy's resistance to his mother, one of the imported Brides, marrying the local minister threatens the Bolts' wager with Stempel.

1x5 – Episode 5

Professional gamblers come to Seattle, but the Bolts are unaware that they were brought by Aaron Stemple to get them and their fellows into gambling debt trouble.

1x6 – Episode 6

Claude Dupre and his trappers are down from the mountains and desperate for some female companionship. They are attempting to break into the brides' dorm when they are met by the Bolt brothers and Aaron Stempel. Soon a huge brawl erupts between the two factions only to be stopped by the appearance of Sheriff Emmett Wade. He is a no nonsense law officer hired by Seattle to restore law and order. He assumes the job and his iron hand of justice comes down so hard that it's not order he's brought to Seattle but oppression. Jason and Aaron will have to work together to keep their friends out of jail and get rid of Sheriff Wade while staying within the letter of the law.

1x7 – Episode 7

Swede and Miss Essie have an argument and decide to stop seeing each other. She then thinks Jason is in love with her after he pays her extra attention.

1x8 – Episode 8

The Bolt brothers' experiment is threatened when one of the brides declares she'll leave because there are no Jewish men in Seattle for her to marry.

1x9 – Episode 9

Taking a page from "Lysistrata," the brides declare they'll withhold "affection" from their beaus until they promise to stop fighting a landowners' hired men.

1x10 – Episode 10

A huckster comes to town with promises of controlling the rain and curing problems. The rain stops coincidentally, but the town starts to believe. Jeremy asks him to cure his stutter. His stutter is cured but not without disbelief.

1x11 – Episode 11

Ben & Emily are expecting their baby to be born any day. When two little girls learn it is a Christmas baby, they fear the baby will have the same fate as Jesus who died at Easter. They steal the baby. The brides are homesick for family.

1x12 – Episode 12

Biddy and Clancy talk about the first days of the brides arriving in Seattle. When the brides arrived, there was no housing for them, and the men had to build it overnight.

1x13 – Episode 13

The other men feel the pressure when news spreads of Jeremy's proposal to Candy.

1x14 – Episode 14

The Bolts and Stemple want a log flue built in a location that would help their own interests. They decide the way to settle it is to see who wins the hand of a bride. Lulu has kept one of Stemple's men and one of Jason's men dangling.

1x15 – Episode 15

Local friendly Indians want brides of their own. Since the town wont sell women, the Indians take them.

1x16 – Episode 16

Jason falls for an Amish girl in a wagon train party that has stopped over in Seattle. He must commit to the peaceful, non-violent Amish way of life if he is to pursue her, but finds it difficult when an extortionist threatens to provoke a union strike and attacks him outright.

1x17 – Episode 17

The government wants to build a road through Seattle to connect towns. Aaron complicates the issue by buying land that crosses the road and dormitory. The government agent says they need a mayor to settle the issue. An election ensues.

1x18 – Episode 18

A former boyfriend of Lottie's comes to town and manages to sweet-talk everyone into selling him share of their business. The people realize he swindled them, and find a way to get their property back by out-conning him.

1x19 – Episode 19

A Mormon man comes to Seattle with the intent of marrying several brides. Since the loggers know the brides will not marry him, they laugh at the idea. The brides decide to play along with the marriage idea, but things backfire.

1x20 – Episode 20

Candy's grandfather visits Seattle to mine for gold. The mines have never proved valuable before but the grandfather says he has a dream. He is injured when the mine collapses. Candy & Jeremy salt the mine to give him hope when he recovers.

1x21 – Episode 21

Jeremy and Joshua visit a nearby town with another logger. When Jeremy and Joshua are kidnapped, Corkie returns to camp to tell Jason. Jason, Stemple, and Clancey make plans to rescue the men. Candy and Biddie stow away on the ship to help.

1x22 – Episode 22

One of the brides, Peggy, ran away from New Bedford after forging the papers. Her guardian, Uncle Jebediah, is on his way to Seattle. The only problem is, he won't let her stay there unless she is married, which is why she wrote home to him to tell him that she had married Joshua Bolt. The uncle sees this as an opportunity, and outsmarts Jason to lose the mountain!

1x23 – Episode 23

The Bolt brothers have a chance to bid on a job in San Francisco. An inexperienced Jeremy goes to place the bid. He & Candy part on angry words. A new man in town tries to help Candy over her sadness, and the town wonders what will happen.

1x24 – Episode 24

Two lawyers visit Seattle with plans to stir up legal issues, assessing fees to help the residents. This happens as Joshua has an idea for changing the family operations. The lawyers pit brother against brother, with Stemple on the side.

1x25 – Episode 25

When Jeremy is in Tacoma picking up supplies, he saves a Chinese woman who is in town to meet her arranged spouse. Since Jeremy saves her, she says she now belongs to Jeremy instead of the intended husband.

1x26 – Episode 26

A logger is accidentally killed by a log when the team is joking around. His father comes to Seattle to avenge his death.

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