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    NON-historical wooden Indians. A waste of paper.

    "Al and JoAnna Lacy eagerly researched the time in the 1800s"? No, they didn't. A quick check of places mentioned in their fiction include: Atlanta, which in 1842, was named "Marthasville". Later, J. Edgar Thomson, Chief Engineer of the Georgia Railroad, suggested the town be renamed "Atlantica-Pacifica," which was shortened to "Atlanta". Bryson City, named for Col Thaddeus Bryson, born 1829. Gatlinburg, named for Radford Gatlin (c. 1798–1880), in 1856. And Lake Chickamauga, built by the TVA in 1940! The "historical" characters were all misrepresented, from John Ross, who never learned to speak Cherokee, to Sequoyah, who never spoke English and had no interest in the Bible. The culture of this native nation was obviously NOT researched at all. Names contained sounds the Cherokee language doesn't have. I honestly can't say one good thing about this fiction.

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