Trail of Tears by John Ehle
The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation

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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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About John Ehle

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Ehle, a native of Asheville, North Carolina, has received the Lillian Smith Prize and the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Award.
Published June 8, 2011 by Anchor. 424 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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A meticulously researched but not wholly satisfactory history of the Cherokees from 1770 to 1838, when 12,000 Indians were forced to move to Oklahoma in a march known as The Trail of Tears.

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