Rumors of a gold mine map send suspicion around the settlement. Farlow and Redwick try to get the better of Jocelyn, while James Read finds himself indebted to Alice. Jocelyn learns who possesses the map. Henry and Davie pursue the gold.
Governor Yeardley falls ill and Farlow is quick to seize power, but Redwick sees an opportunity. An accusation by Alice spurs James into finding out what really happened to Henry, while Jocelyn realizes she underestimated Temperance.
Disillusioned with the leaders of the settlement, Verity falls back into bad habits. The Sharrows' crop comes under a potentially devastating threat. As the settlers mark the harvest, an arrival in town disrupts the celebrations.
Henry presents his newfound riches to the townsfolk and soon acquires himself an array of eager friends. His return pushes Alice to take matters into her own hands, and a scientific discovery alters the hopes of all within Jamestown.
A boat from England arrives, and Yeardley receives instructions heralding a political change. Redwick strikes a covert business deal. As the farmers celebrate summer harvest, a new and deplorable chapter in the town's history begins.
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