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The girls witness the birth of the new written language of Tsalagi in the year 1821 and the printing press in the year 1827. The Cherokee Nation's growth is also financial, and would mark the first newspaper to ever be printed and circulated by a Native American tribe.
Rain falls in love with a white boy and is forced to follow her heart and save her own life, or to remain loyal to her family, knowing that in doing so, she could lose not only her true love, but her very life as well.
About the Author: Robyn Leatherman lives in Arkansas with her husband of 21 years. "I just tried to put myself in the shoes of our ancestors. My husband and I are both Cherokee, and we have imagined the things they must have gone through from what we've researched along the way, and from stories told by grandparents."
Publisher's website: http://www.sbpra.com/RobynLeatherman