Remember My Name by Sara H. Banks
(The Council for Indian Education Series)

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Annie Rising Fawn, a young Cherokee girl living in Georgia in 1838, and a slave girl, Righteous Cry, undertake a dangerous journey to escape the brutal Indian Removal of 1838. Original.
 

About Sara H. Banks

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Sara Harrell Banks won the 1997 Georgia Author of the Year award for "Under the Shadow of Wings." This novel was also an "American Bookseller" Pick of the Lists and hailed by "School Library Journal" as "Powerful [and] compelling," with a narrator "reminiscent of Harper Lee's Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird.""Ms. Banks is also the author of "Remember My Name, The Way Was Through the Woods, " and the picture book "A Net to Catch Time." She lives in Savannah, Georgia.
 
Published January 1, 1993 by Scholastic. 119 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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A poignant story with natural yet dramatic action inaugurates the Council for Indian Education series of middle-grade novels. Here, Banks addresses the Indian Removal of 1838, when the Cherokee nation

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As the novel opens, 11-year-old Annie Rising Fawn, half Cherokee/half Scot, leaves behind her traditional Cherokee home and name when she goes to live in sophisticated New Echota, the Cherokee capital in Georgia.

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