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Posted July 10, 2012
In depth history and a bit drawn out for my tastes
I am past the halfway point in this book (page 232 of 397) and so far, it has all been about the events that lead up to the actual relocation. The history is very detailed (maybe to a fault) and it is more in depth than I was expecting. For about the last 4 chapters, I've been waiting to read about the forced reloctaion of the Cherokee. I don't think it would have detracted from the history to pare down some of the insignificant details a bit.
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