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Lucy of the Trail of Tears - James D. Yoder

Lucy of the Trail of Tears

James D. Yoder

  • 1795


An accurate picture of the tragedy of the Cherokee removal to Oklahoma, this novel grabs the reader as Cherokee Lucy Drake and her injured mother are separated from Lucy's father. Lucy marries and moves to cowtown Wichita and tastes the bitterness of betrayal as she becomes a charter member of the first church in Wichita. (347pp. Infinity Pub., 2006 reprint of 1999 ed.)