In the Black Hills Indian Cession, the town of Deadwood is a settlement violating treaty obligations; a violent and uncivilized outpost that attracts outlaws and entrepreneurs, ex-soldiers and racketeers, Chinese laborers, prostitutes, city slickers and gunfighters.
Gold fever swept all the border areas around the mountain massif of the Black Hills. Deadwood is a village at South Dakota recently formed out of the miners camp. This place is a real cesspool where adventurers and criminal rabble gather from all over America. Crime and corruption are so firmly established in the lives of the inhabitants of Deadwood that they almost do not pay attention on it. Murder attracted less attention than the dancing girls at the local saloon. Al Swearengen is considered the unofficial owner of the new settlement. Former marshal Seth Bullock with his friend and business partner Sol Star come here hoping open a trading shop. The action at the first season takes place six months after the establishment of the camp, in the middle of 1876. Deadwood actually lawless.Read more »
At the beginning of 1877 Deadwood already looks much decency than a year ago. The center of entertainment at Deadwood is Gem Saloon with drinking and brothel. His owner is controlling the local trade of land suitable for construction . Competition to it makes the new luxury saloon that open the casino and have more exquisite prostitutes. Gold mines are thrive. Independent settlement gradually expands and rapidly acquires the features of a small town with a variety of areas including his Chinatown; the line of the telegraph, opens the bank, there is a sheriff, whose duties took over Seth Bullock. There is a conflict happens between Swearengen and new sheriff.Read more »
Events begin at six weeks after the finale of the second season. In the midst of a political struggle for election administration in Deadwood, so that it could officially get the status of the city and enter the jurisdiction of the United States within the boundaries of the united territories Dakota. In Deadwood begins to represent professional theater company. In a tough confrontation with the locals includes a rich Californian businessman and a major a gold digger George Hearst. Hearst kills few members of his team when they attempt to make the trade union. It starts a series of murders in the village. Political debates begin to affect the interests of the various inhabitants of the village and the tension is growing.Read more »