The Californios - Study Guide Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

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Beltran and Velasco follow Sean into the mountains. Beltran is a known hunter, scalper and murder. The man is ruthless and without emotion. Velasco is no better. Velasco is a bandit, vaquero and former soldier. The men see no problem in killing Sean Mulkerin and believe that the job should be easy. Even when the trail is lost, the men know Sean's destination, so it would not be a problem to locate him again. Beltran tells Velasco that he may also kill Wooston. Neither of the men likes Wooston and there would be more money to be had if Wooston was dead.

Sean knows that the men are on his trail and he takes necessary precautions.

Del Campo and Polanco go to Topanga Canyon where they stop at a cantina owned by Tia Angelena. Tia is not a reputable woman but a loyal one. Eileen...

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