The Californios - Study Guide Chapters 14-18 Summary & Analysis

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Los Angeles is a pueblo with a few adobes, a church a few stores and cantinas. The trail to Los Angeles from Malibu is along the water. Eileen and Sean ride toward Los Angeles. Eileen rides like an Irish princess, turning heads. They stop at a local story and begin to spread the news of the gold and the fandango. The merchant is startled at the turn of the Mulkerins' fortune, but promises to attend and to tell all their friends about the upcoming party. Eileen orders many supplies and orders more, hinting that there is plenty of gold to be had. Eileen also runs into Pio Pico, a powerful man and old friend. Pico knows Eileen is lying but allows himself to be deluded. Pio also promises to tell everyone they know about the fandango.

Sean is still concerned about Wooston. Wooston is not...

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