Betty Cloer Wallace
Format: Print Length
Publisher: Green Bough Books (Shelton-Hensley Imprint); 1st edition (July 26, 2014)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 8.1 MB
Downloadable formats: PDF
STARFIRE OF THE RUBY: Tuckaseegee Chronicles 8-12 is the second one of a number of volumes that package deal the Tuckaseegee Chronicles into full-length novels. The chronicles should be bought as singles or in volumes of multiples. different a number of bundles can be to be had sooner or later, in addition to unmarried chronicles that additional strengthen the tale of the Scottish McNeills and their family members, associates, and enemies within the Tuckaseegee River Valley of the Cherokee Nation.
From Publishers Weekly____
“Set within the American colonies in 1750, this can be a story of discovery, recognition, battle, love, and cultural wisdom. a pragmatic old piece, this novel is fraught with probability and heartbreak, yet buoyed by way of romance and the desire for survival into destiny generations. A meticulously researched, exhaustive examine the uneasy coexistence of early settlers and local populations, the radical totally immerses the reader in a overseas international. old fiction buffs specially probably want to be aware of what occurs to the MacNeills and the Cherokees within the subsequent installment. The prose is faultless and the characters are strong and plausible. Impressive.”
About the TUCKASEEGEE CHRONICLES____
__Devastated via Scotland’s failed rebellion opposed to England in 1745, exiled highland warrior Ruary MacNeill transports his spouse Elspeth, teenagers, and 3 orphaned nephews to the USA to function a buying and selling submit and horse-breeding firm within the nice Smoky Mountains, the Southern Appalachian heartland of the big and robust Cherokee kingdom.
__Set in America’s first frontier throughout the French and Indian conflict, the TUCKASEEGEE CHRONICLES (1750-1764) is a multigenerational saga following the Scottish MacNeills as they have interaction with the Cherokee in the course of a time of political upheaval while the Cherokee kingdom is at conflict with different Indian tribes and has turn into a pawn within the clash among England and France for regulate of the Atlantic seaboard.
__The MacNeills progressively become aware of that Cherokee clans will not be not like Scottish clans, either culturally and spiritually, and that comradeship, love, and loyalty can pass cultural and racial boundaries.
__The chronicles could be learn in chronological (numerical) order and will be bought as singles or in volumes of multiples.
About the Author____
Betty Cloer Wallace is a tree farmer in Western North Carolina and a former teacher of writing and literature at a North Carolina group collage that serves the jap Band of Cherokee Indians and the biggest focus of Scottish descendants outdoors of Scotland. Her British ancestors settled within the nice Smoky Mountains within the 1700s and intermingled with the Cherokee who've populated the quarter for millions of years. A former college district superintendent and important in North Carolina and Alaska, Wallace spent ten years in Eskimo villages within the Alaskan Arctic—Bering Strait, North Slope, and Northwest Arctic—which enormously encouraged her curiosity in how indigenous populations are impacted via immigrant cultures.