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The Virginian helps three women in the southwest he meets make their way to the Yaqui Indians where they want to be missionaries after the Yaqui killed their husbands. Along the way he and the youngest woman become romantically involved.
The Virginian on the way to San Pedro in the southwest meets three women together on the train. When he learns they are on the way to San Pedro he tells them it is no place for women. When they arrive, he finds out they are looking for a guide to take them further out to the Yaqui Indians. He warns them it is not safe but they do not heed his advice. After The Virinian delivers a bull from Shiloh, he learns on his return to San Pedro the women hired Dixon a man The Virginian knows to be a thief to guide them. The Virginian heads into the desert after them. He finds and has to kill Dixon and recovers the women's stolen items. He guides them to the Mexican army fort after encounters with bandits and soldiers at an outpost killed by the Yaqui. While trying to convince the women to turn back, he tells them what the Yaqui did to the previous missionaries and then learns they were the women's husbands. A romantic relation develops between The Virginian and Kathy, the youngest of the three women.
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