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Cherokee Rose: The Trail of Tears (American History Through Primary… (edition 2007)

by Leni Donlan

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Title:Cherokee Rose: The Trail of Tears (American History Through Primary Sources)
Authors:Leni Donlan
Info:Heinemann-Raintree (2007), Edition: 1ST, Paperback, 32 pages
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Cherokee Rose - The Trail of Tears by Leni Donlan

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Summary: This book gives tons of facts pertaining to Cherokee Indian history and their journey on the trail of tears

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As the daughter of a full blood Cherokee indian, I have always craved information pertaining to my ancestory, so I found this book very useful

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Looking up information on the internet
Teach some of the Cherokee words
recreation of Cherokee village ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 141092713X, Paperback)

Find out about these Native Americans and the many problems they had with the newly created United States. Find out the many ways the Cherokee tried to change their way of living to fit in with the new nation. Learn about the terrible and sad journey the Cherokee were forced to take. Why couldnt the United States live in peace with the Cherokee Nation? Who was John Ross and how was he cheated? Where are the Cherokee people today?

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Find out about the many problems the Cherokee people had with the newly created United States. Find out how the Cherokee tried to change their way of living to fit in with the new nation. Finally, learn about the terrible and sad journey the Cherokee were forced to take. -- Description from publisher.… (more)

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