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Books with title The Trail Of Tears

  • Life on the Trail of Tears

    Laura Fischer

    Paperback (Heinemann, Sept. 8, 2003)
    This book describes what life was like for the Native American people on the Trail of Tears during the winter of 1838 to 1839. The Trail of Tears was a journey the Native Americans made when they were forced out of their homeland by the United States government. The trail took the Native Americans west to land called Indian Territory. The tribes who walked the Trail of Tears were the Creek, Chicksaw, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Seminole. This book focuses on the story of the Cherokee tribe. The book is illustrated with drawings and paintings from the time period and with artists’ ideas of how things looked on the trail.
  • The Trail of Tears

    Joseph Bruchac, Diana Magnuson

    Library Binding (Demco Media, Sept. 1, 1999)
    Recounts how the Cherokees, after fighting to keep their land in the nineteenth century, were forced to leave and travel 1200 miles to a new settlement in Oklahoma, a terrible journey known as the Trail of Tears
  • The Trail of the Tramp

    Leon Ray Livingston

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 13, 2014)
    This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
  • The Trail of Tears

    Joseph Bruchac, Diana Magnuson

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Sept. 1, 1999)
    After losing the fight to keep their land in the 19th century, the Cherokee Nation is led on the heartbreaking and torturous Trail of Tears by Chief John Ross. Young readers learn about this epic true tale of friendships, hopes, fears and dreams.
  • Life on the Trail of Tears

    Laura Fischer

    Library Binding (Heinemann, Sept. 8, 2003)
    Fischer, Laura
  • The Tiny Trail of Tears

    Colleen Iasiello

    Paperback (Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc, Sept. 20, 2016)
    "There really was no trail. It was the falling of tears and my people that forged the trail. My heart screamed out to ears that no longer answered the call of righteousness. The steady drum-like beat of the horse's hooves slowed to that of a sacred, somber march of death."
  • The Trail of Tears, 1838

    Laura Purdie Salas

    Library Binding (Bridgestone Books, Jan. 1, 2003)
    Discusses events leading up to the removal of the Cherokee from their homelands, hardships faced on the Trail of Tears, challenges of the new territory in Oklahoma, and the Cherokee nation today.
  • The Story of the Trail of Tears

    Susan Clinton

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, July 1, 1986)
    Describes how the U.S. government stripped thousands of American Indians of their civil rights and their homeland and forced them to walk the nearly one thousand-mile-long "Trail of Tears" to new Indian territory
  • Trail of the Fox

    F. M. Isaacs

    eBook (Manor Towne Books, Feb. 28, 2020)
    Is Aldous the Fox, the legendary shapeshifter whom Corinne and her relatives recently battled, really her direct ancestor?In this second, highly-anticipated book in the Family of the Fox Trilogy, Corinne Greene and her great-uncle set out to to find the mythical "wizard"'s connection to their powerful family. Corinne must juggle this quest along with surviving her first year in college, having a new boyfriend, and dealing with her brothers' ongoing antics.As they travel to different eras, Corinne and Uncle Jonas face growing threats. An elusive young girl shadows them through the centuries, while Corinne's professor threatens to reveal Jonas' true age and identity to the world. What begins as a journey of discovery about the past collides with events and people in the present, and the Family of the Fox could find itself endangered from plans centuries in the making...
  • The End of the Trail

    Franklin W. Dixon

    Paperback (Aladdin, July 1, 2000)
    Hiking the Appalachian Trail with their friends, Chet, Phil, and Biff, the Hardys hit a snag when daredevil Biff gets hurt. The old mining town of Morgan's Quarry is the nearest place for help. But even the run-down, isolated town turns menacing when two tough locals drop a bag full of money in front of the brothers! Joe and Frank are stonewalled when they ask about the money. The roads are washed out, the phones are down, and a crumbling mansion hides a gold mine of secrets. Every fork in the road leads to more danger...and everyone in Morgan's Quarry seems bent on makng sure the boys don't make it out alive!
  • Trail of Tears


    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Aug. 16, 1994)
  • Trail of Tears

    Lynn Peppas

    Library Binding (Crabtree Pub Co, Dec. 30, 2013)
    The forced removal of the Cherokee from their land changed not only the lives of the Native people, but also, the course of American history. This gripping title examines the events leading up to the removal of the Cherokee from their native lands, the suffering endured on the Trail of Tears, and the struggles they faced once reaching their new land in present-day Oklahoma. The book also includes information about the Cherokee nation today.