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Books with title The Trail of Tears

  • The Time of Tears

    Jonathan Dominguez

    (Independently published, Feb. 26, 2019)
    Carnegie Sanders is a typical 19-year-old. He goes to college, he lives at home and in a dorm, has a crush on a girl he went to high school with, and has no idea what to do with his life. Life is normal. Then hydrogen bombs decimate the globe, and robed beings start wiping out everyone else lucky enough to live in rural America. In his small town in southern Arizona, Carnegie realizes survival is more than chance. Running on instinct, Erin, Santana, and Carnegie find the decimation of their people to be the beginning of change and tragedy never witnessed in history. As the world resets, Carnegie, Erin, and Santana face odds that would consume them, if not for new relationships forged. Creatures from fantastic stories lost in time and translation seek to keep humanity in check as Carnegie seeks a place to call home, a place to be safe. No one is safe as sinister forces work behind the veil of secrecy, and everyone in Carnegie’s new circle will experience turmoil. Lost in the new races of lore calling themselves the Nine, Carnegie is thrust into becoming someone he isn’t ready to be for those who rely on him. Set in the dynamic landscape of the American Southwest, and from deserts to mountains and even under the earth itself, no where is safe. Fighting for survival is just the beginning. Nothing has prepared them for this time.A time of confusion.A time of loss.And a time of tears.
  • Trail of Tears

    Sue Vander Hook

    Library Binding (Abdo Group, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Presents a brief history of the Cherokee Indians and describes their forced migration, which came to be known as the Trail of Tears, following the Indian Removal Act of 1830.
  • The Trail of Tears

    D. L. Birchfield

    Paperback (World Almanac Education, May 1, 2003)
    Describes the history of the five tribes of Southeastern America, the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole, especially their forcible removal in the 19th century to the Great Plains.
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  • The End of the Trail

    Franklin W. Dixon

    language (Aladdin, July 3, 2012)
    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 making sure the boys don’t make it out alive
  • The Trail of Tears

    Sally Senzell Isaacs

    Library Binding (Heinemann, April 1, 2004)
    Isaacs, Sally Senzell
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  • The Time of Tears

    Jonathan Dominguez

    language (, Feb. 26, 2019)
    Carnegie Sanders is a typical 19-year-old. He goes to college, he lives at home and in a dorm, has a crush on a girl he went to high school with, and has no idea what to do with his life. Life is normal.Then hydrogen bombs decimate the globe, and robed beings start wiping out everyone else lucky enough to live in rural America. In his small town in southern Arizona, Carnegie realizes survival is more than chance. Running on instinct, Erin, Santana, and Carnegie find the decimation of their people to be the beginning of change and tragedy never witnessed in history.As the world resets, Carnegie, Erin, and Santana face odds that would consume them, if not for new relationships forged. Creatures from fantastic stories lost in time and translation seek to keep humanity in check as Carnegie seeks a place to call home, a place to be safe. No one is safe as sinister forces work behind the veil of secrecy, and everyone in Carnegie’s new circle will experience turmoil. Lost in the new races of lore calling themselves the Nine, Carnegie is thrust into becoming someone he isn’t ready to be for those who rely on him. Set in the dynamic landscape of the American Southwest, and from deserts to mountains and even under the earth itself, no where is safe.Fighting for survival is just the beginning. Nothing has prepared them for this time.A time of confusion.A time of loss.And a time of tears.
  • Story of the Trail of Tears

    R. Conrad Stein

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, June 1, 1985)
    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
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  • The Trail of Tears

    Peter Benoit

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 1800)
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  • Trail Of Tears, The

    Marlene Targbrill

    Library Binding (Millbrook Press, March 1, 1995)
    Presents the tragic story of the Trail of Tears, while offering specific information on the circumstances that brought it about, the people who tried to stop it, and the hardships of the journey itself.
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  • The Trail of Tears, 1838

    Laura Purdie Salas

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

    Alan Pierce

    Library Binding (Abdo Group, Jan. 1, 2005)
    Discusses defining moments in American history.
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  • My Life on the Trail of Tears

    Max Caswell

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Sept. 21, 2017)
    The Trail of Tears was not a one-time event, but actually a 2-decade policy of relocating Native Americans to the West in forced marches. Young readers will learn history through the fictional journal entries of Awenasa, a young Cherokee girl. This book communicates history through powerful emotions, encouraging readers to thoughtfully reflect on the plight of the natives of North America. Fact boxes throughout the text illuminate important historical points. At the end of the book, a table of powerful statistics exposes the incredible reality of these heartbreaking decades in American history.
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