The Son - Chapters 9 - 13 Summary & Analysis

Philipp Meyer
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In Chapter Nine, Peter describes in his diary the chaotic state of the area following the killing of the Garcias. Against his family’s wishes, he allows the Mexicans in the area to move to his ranch where they will be safe from more violence.

In Chapter Ten, Toshaway talks to Eli about the Indians’ anger toward the white men who took over their territory even when treaties were signed saying no more homesteads would be built west of Austin. He explains he’d gotten familiar with the McCullough family and had often watched Eli. He says it was the smoke from the family’s meal that caught the attention of Urwat and the others. Toshaway tried to stop the raid but was unable to do so.

Eli, who is given the name Tiehteti by the Indians, begins his time with the Indians...

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