English | December 8, 2019 | ISBN: 1671420683 | 121 Pages | EPUB | 1.09 MB
A forced march into a strange land marks a monumental and tragic moment in our nation’shistory.
The year is 1830. Native Americans of the American South and the Old Northwest live on the land they cultivated. Despite struggles and hardships, they’ve held onto what rightfully belongs to them. The land is a part of them. It is their lifeblood and their salvation. It is theirs’ until broken treaties and broken promises rip it from their clutches.
What happens next happens at the hands of the American government forever changed the landscape. Cruelty, degradation, sickness, and death followed. Pushed out of their homes, they are forced to start over in an unfamiliar territory with no resources.
Follow the heartbreaking story. Discover the truth about how and why this atrocity happened. Read the story of the aftermath of their expulsion from their land. See what happened on the impossible journey that cost them everything. Read the true story of the Trail of Tears.