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I was disappointed by this book. The title and subtitle led me to believe that it was primarily about the Cherokee Nation. I
an fact it was more about the actions and behavior of a handful of people who should have stood up for the Cherokee, but betrayed their people for their own personal financial benefit.
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Although I have lived in Northeast Oklahoma for the past fifty years, I had no idea of the politics, greed, and terrible unfairness that generated overtaking Cherokee land and lifestyle in pursuit of a “superior, civilized, Euro-American culture. This audiobook tells that story in horrific, painful detail. It is history alive, very informative and a pleasure to listen to. I would recommend this volume to anyone who still believes that the American History has been kind to indigenous people and our slave-based economy. It was a very narrow time for the “land of the free” and “home of the brave. “