Обложка книги Toward the Setting Sun: John Ross, the Cherokees, and the Trail of Tears

Toward the Setting Sun: John Ross, the Cherokees, and the Trail of Tears

ISBN: 0802145698;
Страниц: 448

?Richly detailed and well-researched, this heartbreaking history unfolds like a political thriller with a deeply human side.a???Publishers WeeklyToward the Setting Sun chronicles one of the most significant but least explored periods in American history, recounting the unknown story of the first white man to champion the voiceless Native American cause.Son of a Scottish trader and a quarter-Cherokee woman, John Ross was educated in white schools. It was not until he was twenty-two, when he fought alongside ?his peoplea?? against the Creek Indians, a neighboring rebel tribe, that he knew the Cherokeesa?? fate would be his. Cherokee chief for forty years, he would guide the tribe through, its most turbulent period.As increasing numbers of whites settled illegally on the Cherokee Nationa??s native land, including Rossa??s beloved home at Head of Coosa, the chief remained steadfast in his refusal to sign a treaty agreeing to removal. When a group of renegade Cherokees betrayed him and...

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