Inez Olivares The daughter of Dona Isabella and

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Inez Olivares  The daughter of Dona Isabella and, perhaps, Don Olivares. She is plain but sings  beautifully and is a devout Catholic who teaches singing in a convent and sings in the cathedral choir  in New Orleans. Pablo  A Mexican servant of the Olivares household who gossips speculate is a lover of Dona  Isabella. Don Manuel Chavez  The lone survivor of an Indian massacre, Chavez prides himself on his  Castilian heritage and marksmanship with a bow and arrow. He is jealous of Kit Carson's fame as an  Indian fighter. As a young man, he hunted Indians for sport. Father Taladrid  A Spanish priest brought by Latour from Rome to replace Padre Martinez. Philomene  Vaillant's younger sister, a Mother Superior at a convent in Puy-de-Dome. She and the  nuns in the convent make ornate vestments for Vaillant. Manuel Lujon
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