Old Frontiers: The Story of the Cherokee Indians from Earliest Times to the Date of Their Removal to the West, 1838. John P. Brown.

Old Frontiers: The Story of the Cherokee Indians from Earliest Times to the Date of Their Removal to the West, 1838

Kingsport, TN: Southern Publishers, 1938. 1st. Hardcover. Large octavo. xi, 570pp. 3 Appendices; Bibliography; Index. Photo-illustrations; maps (1 double-page). Blue pebbled cloth with gilt lettering in what appears to be original glassine dustjacket and original color illustrated dustjacket. A near fine copy in scarce very good dustjacket (darkening to spine; minor wear to extremities with small chips to spine ends; price-clipped). Item #10028

The story of the desperate efforts of the Cherokees to hold their country against an ever growing army of white settlers. The Great White Father guaranteed their lands "as long as the sun shines and the rivers run," a promise broken again and again by the white settlers and ultimately led to the removal of the Cherokees over the Trail of Tears, the "darkest blot on our country's history." - dustjacket flap.

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