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Author: JoAnna Lacy,Al Lacy
ISBN: 1410430359
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Pages 383 pages
Publisher Thorndike Press; Large Print edition (November 17, 2010)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
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eBook The Land of Promise (Thorndike Press Large Print Christian Historical Fiction: A Place to Call Home) download

by JoAnna Lacy,Al Lacy


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The Cherokee Nation is being forced to moved onto reservations within the Oklahoma District. The remaining land is being opened up for homesteading. These are challenging times for the settlers, the Cherokee and Britt Claiborne, United Cherokee Nation Chief of Police and his wife Cherokee Rose.
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I never have been a big reader, but I wanted to try to get into it. So this series "A Place to Call Home was the first series of books I read. I didnt want anything dirty or with alot of bloood. I wanted a clean story with some scripture in it or church related stuff. Also, a little history, and these books does it all. This was a easy read, once I got started I could not put the series down. This was the last book of the series, I thought it tied all the ends up. It talked about the Land Rush. And for me being from Oklahoma, I never really paid attention in history class about this. But this truly opened my eyes to a little bit of what these poor people had to endure. I really enjoyed this series so much that I have bought the series for my own collection. I do not have a kindle, I like to hold the actually book in my hand as I am reading. I might be silly about this.:)

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Al and Joanna Lacy had another great book here.
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Five decades since the Trail of Tears killed many of them (see CHEROKEE ROSE), the Cherokee people are overall happy with their land in Indian Territory. However, to the chagrin of Indian Territory Police Chief Brit Claiborne, a quarter Cherokee, President Harrison has decided to move the People again this time onto "reservations" in a small relatively useless part of the Oklahoma Territory. Brit knows that this forced mini Trail of Tars will cause major trouble because as the Indians are pushed out, white settlers will come in a land rush, each claiming 160 acres in the unassigned lands.

He explains his fears to his beloved wife Cherokee Rose (see BRIGHT ARE THE STARS). Though many of the displaced Indians go peacefully, some are outraged such as the Osage who attack a wagon train that include three generations of Bakers; the military arrive in time to save the party. Brit tries to keep everyone safe regardless of ethnicity and because of this becomes a target from both sides as some Cherokee claim he sold them out while the whites demand he do his job to hunt down the renegades. The southwest has become a hot spot of injustice as neither side's moderates can be heard above the noise of the extremists willing to commit ethnic cleansing because the Oklahoma District has become THE LAND OF PROMISE for the whites and the land of sorrow for the Indians.

The final tale in the Lacey's "A Place to call Home" trilogy is a superb historical fiction story that looks at the late ninetieth century land rush that caused heartbreak for both races. The key to this saga is that Indians and whites are treated with respect by the authors who also do not hide from the atrocities that occurred. This is a deep inspirational historical that shows even at life's darkest; hope and faith in the promise of the Lord enable people to seek the light of salvation.

Harriet Klausner