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And really enjoyed it My professor is actually the author and it was fantastic to talk to him and ask him uestions as I was reading the novel Short The Big Bookshelf love story during the Trail of Tears A boy and girl Cherokee meet fall inove and plan to marry But before that "can happen they are seperated during the removal of the Indians from North Carolina The boy was forced "happen they are seperated during the removal of the Indians from North Carolina The boy was forced eave and go West while the girl managed to hide and *stay in NC It took 4 years for them to meet again end *in NC It took 4 years for them to meet again end story There is some history also including to document wrote for the Indians to move West I read once a few years back I KNOW I iked it because I kept in in my collection I want to re read it before writing a review An interesting tale weaving actual historical accounts with fictional responses to the forced evacuation of the Cherokee I didn t realize how those who hid in the mountains eventually gotsome of their SOS Schlank ohne Sport - land back It s a horrific piece of American history and I m glad Professor Conley is keeping truth alive. Etic by unsentimental An ironic third point of view detached and often adversarial is provided by the historical documents interspersed through the novel from the text of the removal treaty to Ralph Waldo Emerson'setter to the president of the United States in protest of the removal In this Charming the Firefighter (In Shady Grove, layering of contradictory elements Conley implies uestions about the relationships between history andegend storytelling and myth makingInspired by the yrics of Don Grooms's song Whippoorwill which open many chapters in the text Conley has written a novel both meticulously accurate and deeply movin.
Robert J. Conley Ã 1 DOWNLOADMountain Windsong is a novel set against the backdrop "OF 1830 AMERICA AND THE TRAIL OF TEARS THE " 1830 America and the Trail of Tears The Nation was the model for the Indian policy promoted by the federal government and the 1st six US Presidents the Cherokees even adopted a Constitution modeled after the US Constitution The author tells us the story from the Cherokees viewpoint Conley includes historical background information concerning the travesty how the Cherokee Nation was mistreated during the administration of Andrew Jackson but also provides the reader with a sense of the Cherokees mystical philosophy and will to succeed Although I appreciated the historical documents the fiction sections of the book were a bit too simplistic for my "Taste In The End Huge "In the end huge were fairly easily solved by enlisting the help of a super human old white guy I iked that there were actual historical documents mixed in with the novel but it was still hard to read due to the subject matter However having an idea of what happene. Set against the tragic events of the Cherokees' removal from their traditional Everwar (Cal Leandros, lands in North Carolina to Indian Territory between 1835 1838 Mountain Windsong is aove story that brings to ife the suffering and endurance of the Cherokee people It is the moving tale of Waguli Whippoorwill and Oconeechee a young Cherokee man and woman separated by the Trail of Tears Just as they are about to be married woman separated by the Trail of Tears Just as they are about to be married is captured be federal soldiers and along with thousands of other Cherokees taken west on foot and then by steamboat to what is now eastern Oklahoma Though many die along the way Wagu. D is good for us Part fictional ove story based on the words of a song and part fact "It Contains Actual Historical Documents "contains actual historical documents book about the Trail of Tears is very interesting and informative I didn t think the writing was great and I might have given up on it early on except for the fact I was interested in earning about the Trail of Tears The book tells the story of the Cherokee people
the tragic beginnings of the that resulted in death of approximately 4000 people Awesomely written book So sad and tragic was the treatment of the Cherokee nation yet we find with the Sequins and Spurs love of Oconeechenee and Waguli that there was still hope and pride among these battered people Awesome book as it mixed a fictionalove story with the true history of the atrocities that were related to the Trail of Tears I DK Adventures liked this book The facts theove story the poems the story telling were all wonderful parts that contributed to this awesome book I read this book for Cherokee Literature class. Li survives drowning his shame and sorrow in alcohol Oconeechee among the few Cherokees who remain behind hidden in the mountains embarks on a courageous search for WaguliRobert J Conley makes use of song egend and historical documents to weave the rich texture of the story which is told through several sometimes contradictory voices The traditional narrative of the Trail of Tears is told to a young contemporary Cherokee boy by his grandfather presented in bits and pieces as they go about their everyday chores in rural North Carolina The telling is neiter bitter nor hostile; it is sympath.AND THE TRAGIC BEGINNINGS OF THE