The proud and the free : a novel / by Janet Dailey.
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- ISBN: 0316171654
- ISBN: 9780316171656
- Physical Description: 322 p. : maps ; 25 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, c1994.
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The story of the Trail of Tears, the forcible removal west of the Cherokee Indians from their home in Georgia. It is told as a romance between two Cherokees, The Blade Stuart, a plantation owner who sees the writing on the wall and wants to take action--better a new home than to be wiped out--and Temple Gordon, an educated, idealistic woman who opposes giving in. By the author of Tangled Vines.
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