The Cherokee Rose (myth)

The Cherokee Rose (myth)
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  • Welcome to my new village. Let me tell you how I got here. Get ready to go on a Journey full of hardship and sadness.
  • I'm sorry my people, I have failed you as a chief.
  • No, it's not only your fault that we have lost our land, for it was those who killed our people.
  • I do not know if my child can make this journey.
  • How could these cruel men destroy our land?
  • This is her story being told to you. This was a huge event in Native American history. This was the "Indian Removal Act". This happend on May 28, 1830, when all natives were limited to little land in the west.
  • The nearest water is far from here, I am sorry but we have to keep going.
  • Are you okay my child?
  • No mother, I am thirsty. Can we stop to get water?
  • *Cough*
  • Do you blame the chief? It seems that the natives think that it was the so called "Americans" to blame. It was President Andrew Jackson to be exact.
  • No, my child! you are only a child, why has our God taken you away from me?
  • Will her child make it? His mother sure hopes so.
  • The boy is thirsty. Is he feeling well? 
  • Her child has passed on. Wait what is that on the ground.
  • In the end, this child has passed on. This mother's love was so great for her son, that these beautiful flowers sprouted when her tears hit the ground.
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