Bound To Stay Bound

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010 a| 2020028573
020 a|9781978521803 (lib. ed.)
020 a|1978521804 (lib. ed.)
020 a|9781978521780 (pbk.)
020 a|1978521782 (pbk.)
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2|2021
1001 a|O'Mara, John.
24514a|The Cherokee /
c|by John O'Mara.
260 a|New York :
b|Enslow,
c|c2022.
300 a|32 p. :
b|ill. (some col.), col. map ;
c|19 x 22 cm
4901 a|Native American peoples
500 a|Includes glossary.
504 a|Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 a|With more than 800,000 people claiming Cherokee descent, the Cherokee nation is the most populous native group in the United States today. Readers will find out where the Cherokee settled, the traditions that united them as a people, and what happened when European settlers arrived on Cherokee land, with a special focus on the infamous Trail of Tears and its repercussions. Highlights the Cherokee people's resilience in rebuilding and strengthening their culture on reservations and beyond.
5211 a|007-010.
b|BTSB.
650 7a|Cherokee Indians.
2|sears
650 7a|Cherokee Indians
x|History.
2|sears
650 7a|Native Americans
z|North America.
2|sears
650 1a|Cherokee Indians.
650 1a|Cherokee Indians
x|History.
650 1a|Indians of North America.
655 1a|Multiculturalism in literature.
655 1a|Social sciences.
655 7c|JNF069000
a|NONFICTION / Diversity & Multicultural.
2|bisacsh
655 7c|JNF052020
a|NONFICTION / Social Science / Customs, Traditions, Anthropology.
2|bisacsh
8001 a|O'Mara, John.
t|Native American peoples.


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