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Cherokee sunset: A nation betrayed: A Narrative of Travail and Triumph,…

by Samuel Carter III

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The story of the Cherokee nation from the late 1700's to 1834, describing their highly developed society with its own schools, farms, newspaper, etc. and describing how this society was destroyed by the greed of the white man.

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