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By Joseph Bruchac
In 1838 in Tennessee, the Cherokee state is on the point of being replaced eternally as they face the removing -- being forcibly moved from their houses and land, partly due to a treaty signed by means of a bunch in their personal people.
Sixteen-year-old Jesse Smoke has been learning on the undertaking institution, however it has been close down and become a castle for the ever-increasing variety of infantrymen getting into the territory. Now Jesse has lower back to his domestic to stay together with his widowed mom and more youthful sisters. All wish lies at the Cherokee leader, John Ross, who's in Washington, D.C., attempting to hold up the elimination. Then one evening, relatives are by surprise woke up, dragged from their houses, and taken at gunpoint to a stockade camp. From there, Jesse and his relations are pressured to march westward at the frightening path of Tears through the lengthy, chilly iciness months. It's a tough trip west, and Jesse's uncertain if he and his family members can live on the adventure.
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In 1838 in Tennessee, the Cherokee kingdom is on the point of being replaced eternally as they face the removing -- being forcibly moved from their houses and land, partly as a result of a treaty signed by way of a bunch in their personal people.
Sixteen-year-old Jesse Smoke has been learning on the undertaking university, however it has been close down and became a fortress for the ever-increasing variety of infantrymen coming into the territory. Now Jesse has again to his domestic to dwell together with his widowed mom and more youthful sisters. All desire lies at the Cherokee leader, John Ross, who's in Washington, D. C. , attempting to hold up the removing. Then one evening, kinfolk are unexpectedly woke up, dragged from their houses, and taken at gunpoint to a stockade camp. From there, Jesse and his relations are compelled to march westward at the scary path of Tears in the course of the lengthy, chilly iciness months. It's a tough trip west, and Jesse's uncertain if he and his family members can live on the adventure.
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And further, it is fair to assume that comparatively few people in the state, however ardently they favor prohibi- 53 Waukomis Hornet quoted in Harlow's Weekly, 54 Daily Oklahoman, September 10, 1917. , September 8, 1917. 56 Tulsa Daily Democrat, October 13, 1917. -68- October 24, 1917. tion, approve of making prohibition an obnoxious religious tyranny. It would be regrettable indeed if any other assump tion were possible. Yet that is one of the results of the bone dry law. If the law is literally to be enforced it is only a ques tion of time when the Catholic and Episcopal churches will be unable to conduct their belief and custom.