The Story of the Trail of Tears

The Story of the Trail of Tears Describes the Federal government s seizure of Cherokee land in Georgia and the forced migration of the Cherokee Nation along the Trail of Tears to Oklahoma

  • Title: The Story of the Trail of Tears
  • Author: R. Conrad Stein
  • ISBN: 9780516046839
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Describes the Federal government s seizure of Cherokee land in Georgia and the forced migration of the Cherokee Nation along the Trail of Tears to Oklahoma.

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    1. Published 1985 by the Children's Press in the Cornerstones of Freedom, and is slightly dated. There is at least one historical inaccuracy regarding Sequoyah. But all in all, it ties in the plight of the Cherokee along with the other four Civilized Tribes, those being the Creek, Chickasaw, Seminole and Choctaw. It picks up some of the emotion and passion and pain of the Trail of Tears. Geared for upper elementary to middle schoolers. The illustrations are good. (Pre read for teaching Georgia hist [...]

    2. The Trail of Tears is a historical fiction. It weaves a story of the experience from the perspective of both the Cherokee Nation and the Anglo-Saxon americans. While the story is told, real photos of locations, artifacts, and people are shown throughout the book, along with artistic renderings. This book relates to my cultural text set topic of Native American studies because the Trail of Tears was a very significant event that shaped the history of Native people in this country. The development [...]

    3. I knew this was a sad story but damn! It was far worse than I thought. What a shameful episode for the US. We live near the town of Cherokee and will be going there this fall to learn more about these events as well as the culture.

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