By Elsa L. Watters
Pure greed lay at the back of this motion – the will of white settlers in Georgia and the opposite Southeast states to grab Cherokee estate for themselves. The outrage was once compounded by way of the brutality which followed it.
Within this framework of ancient truth, Elsa L. Watters weaves the tale of Tsika, a tender Cherokee lady. the story of Tsika’s braveness within the face of cruelty and injustice is a triumph of the human spirit.
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Cherokee Woman: A Cry in the Wilderness by Elsa L. Watters