A Land Remembered - Chapters 20, 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

Patrick D. Smith
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Chapters 20, 21 and 22 Summary

On the next cattle drive, the MacIvey crew is approached by two young Seminole Indian boys looking for Tobias. The boys introduce themselves as Willie Cypress and James Tiger, Keith Tiger's grandson. Keith Tiger has sent Willie and James to buy some cows for the starving Seminole Indians in their tribe. Tobias gives the boys twelve cows but will not accept any money for them out of respect for his friendship with Keith Tiger.

Zech is curious why James and Willie have traveled so far to get cows from Tobias when it is relatively easy to round up cows from the swamps. James tells Zech that Indians are not allowed to round up cows anymore and risk bodily harm if they are found with cows, even those with no marks on them. It is better if the boys have cows with Tobias' brand on them...

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