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

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Anchor Books, 1988 - History - 424 pages
The fascinating portrayal of the Cherokee nation,  filled with Native American legend, lore, and religion -- a  gripping American drama of power, politics,  betrayal, and ambition.

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This entertaining historical novel has sowed confusion among readers with a sincere interest in Cherokee history. That's because the author has dotted his text with footnotes, and the publisher has ... Read full review

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This entertaining historical novel has sowed confusion among readers with a sincere interest in Cherokee history. That's because the author has dotted his text with footnotes, and the publisher has ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
33
Section 3
49
Section 4
55
Section 5
69
Section 6
88
Section 7
88
Section 8
88
Section 19
240
Section 20
259
Section 21
265
Section 22
279
Section 23
293
Section 24
330
Section 25
330
Section 26
330

Section 9
88
Section 10
96
Section 11
114
Section 12
124
Section 13
152
Section 14
168
Section 15
188
Section 16
205
Section 17
214
Section 18
230
Section 27
330
Section 28
330
Section 29
347
Section 30
348
Section 31
363
Section 32
386
Section 33
398
Section 34
415
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About the author (1988)

John Ehle, a sixth-generation North Carolinian, grew up on land once used as hunting grounds by the Cherokee. He is the author of fourteen highly acclaimed works. His novel The Winter People has been made into a major motion picture.

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