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Barcode31662001675180
LocationWinamac
TitleThe caballero's son / Anne Schroeder. First edition. Ed
AuthorSchroeder, Anne, 1948- author.
Call NoW SCH
CollectionWestern
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International Standard Book Number 9781432879433 (hardcover)
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 813/.6 23
Personal Name Schroeder, Anne, 1948- author.
Title Statement The caballero's son / Anne Schroeder.
Edition Statement First edition.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice [Waterville, Maine] : Five Star, [2021]
Physical Description 273 pages ;;
Content Type text txt rdacontent
Media Type unmediated n rdamedia
Carrier Type volume nc rdacarrier
Summary, Etc. "Miguelito Robles is as solid as the mighty oak from which he takes his name in this passionate sequel to Maria Ine´s, previously published by Five Star. 1850s' pastoral California simmers with strife as desperate ex-gold miners descend from the Sierra Nevada. The courts favor Americans over Spanish landowners. Californio sons defend their family estates and their sisters' honor against Yanqui riffraff. Miguelito is a brash Indian youth trapped between cultures. He believes his father was a dashing Spanish caballero, his mother an Indian woman of beauty. He saves haughty Elena and claims a dance as his reward. Enraged highborn Spaniards intervene and his friend is killed. He spends two years as an outcast until loneliness drives him to a fiesta where he witnesses Elena's forced marriage, follows the portly groom to an inn, and kills to free her. An outcast in his own land, he joins Tiburcio Vasquez in a furious year of raids. The bandits distribute their loot to the poor while evading American posses dogging them from Los Angeles to San Jose. His attempt to rescue Elena ruins her chances for a desirable marriage. Maria Ine´s accosts him on the trail, claiming to be his mother. His journey to acceptance of his Indian roots is complicated, but aided by his woman's love and the birth of his son. "A passionate story of interest to lovers of historical romance and fans of California's history." "The Caballero's Son is a modern-day Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson." Advance Reader Reviews"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject-Personal Name Vasquez, Tiburcio, 1835-1975 Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Outlaws California Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Indians of North America California Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Indians of North America Mixed descent Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Geographical Term California Fiction.
Index Term-Genre/Form Love stories. gsafd
Index Term-Genre/Form Western stories. gsafd
Location W SCH 31662001675180

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