Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation

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In the tradition of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, the author of the highly acclaimed The Winter People tells the moving, searing story of the betrayal and brutal dispossession of the Cherokee Nation. "(A) beautifully written and emotionally mature book . . . a must".--New York Newsday.

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Erick W

May 22, 2014

A Rather Biased Few

A very interesting story and so well documented
there is no need to question it. However, it gives a view from the very top end of the nation. I felt like I was getting only a 5% view of what happened. Not enough coverage of the average Cherokee.

Mona S

Sep 7, 2013

Read the book

I gave the book as a gift and have not personally read it yet. However, I was told the book was very good.

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