The proud and the free / Janet Dailey.
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- ISBN: 1568951671 (lg. print)
- ISBN: 9781568951676 (lg. print)
- Physical Description: 647 p. ; 20 cm.
- Publisher: [Accord, MA] : Wheeler, c1994.
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Temple Gordon, the daughter of an educated Cherokee leader, was raised on her mother's family plantation. She is fiercely devoted to the Cherokee traditions, while her lover, Blade Stuart, is a visionary committed to a new future for the tribe. Their romance and the survival of the Cherokee Nation itself are soon tested by government pressure to surrender tribal territory and move west.
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