In Part 1 “Six Wagons to Laramie, a Western” a New York family named Hansom moves west by wagon train. The wagon master turns out to be a gunfighter who falls in love with Carla Hansom. “Bart of the Dakota Badlands”, Part 2 is a sequel to “Six Wagons to Laramie” although it may be read as a standalone. In “Lawmen of Laramie”, Part 3, Buck and Bart form a posse to track down a wild gang who killed most of the Riley family. James Riley, at age 16, shoots one of the gang members in Denver. In “Cowboy Cattle Call Songs”, Part 4, James Riley is sought by a bounty hunter and has adventures in Fort Laramie Then The Black Hills of Dakota. He falls in love with a Lakota Sioux Native American. In “The Z Bar Ranch Incident”, Part 5, an outlaw gang takes over a neighboring ranch and plunders the Z-Bar and other nearby ranches. Badlands Bart is called upon to help resolve the situation. In “The Cattle Drive”, Part 6, Texas Long Horns are being driven to the starving Lakota Sioux.