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By Garric123 on December 3, 2011
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A well-told story of American and Cherokee history. The writer uses letters, slave narratives and other sources to recreate the vivid story of important Cherokee families in the 1800's..from the Trail of Tears to the Civil War and beyond. Inside these pages you will meet the Cherokee Confederate General Stand Watie, his wife Sally Caroline Bell, the Ridges, Boudinots, Duprees and others, some who went to California during the Gold Rush, and some who became a part of the Cherokee community in Rusk County Texas known as Mount Tabor. We hear not only what it was like for these families, but what it was like for their African-American slaves, to live during the colonial expansion and raging civil war of the 19th century.

For anyone who wants to know more about Cherokee or American history, this is a fascinating read, rich with detail and told in a lively, engaging style. 
Initial post: Jul 6, 2014 11:13:39 AM PDT
Watie B. says:
I AGREE WITH REVIEW BY GARRIC123, no need to write any more
This is about my ancestors..............
Watie Bell in Bartlesville, OK