Lieutenant Jake King, a Yankee solider, was badly wounded during the war. Because the severity of his wounds rendered him unfit for battle, he was subsequently discharged from the U.S. Army. Jake then headed back to his family farm in Kentucky, only to find the farm days away from being sold in a tax auction, as a result of his brother’s many foolish financial decisions. Jake also learned that the family’s Crown Brand, which had been in his family for decades, had been stolen by a rancher in Arizona.
With Jake’s tenacity, strong will to succeed, and his ability to overcome many obstacles placed in his way, he was able to restore his family’s good name and prove why the Crown Brand rightfully belonged to the King Family.