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Jonita Mullins is an author, columnist and historian who works in historic preservation and heritage tourism in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She has authored both fiction and non-fiction books and writes a weekly history column. She was awarded Best Non-Fiction Book by the Oklahoma Writers Federation. She serves on the Board of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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Regina L. Mc Lemore
Author offers insight into the interactions between Native Americans and white friends and foes.
9 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
The author's title and theme for this novel is "The Marital Scandal," and she offers a close look at two different controversial relationships that developed in the 1820's. When Harriet Gould, daughter of a Connecticut minister, revealed her engagement to Elias Boudinot, the brother of well-known Cherokee Stand Watie, the couple received threats and endured violent acts from mobs. Notwithstanding, they went on to marry and make a life for themselves in Arkansas territory. When Cornelia Tuttle, Harriet's friend, sees what her friend undergoes, she pulls away from her Cherokee beau, Edmund Webber. Edmund and Cornelia experience hardships in their lives and tragedies in the lives of those they love, as they deal with their broken hearts.
As always, Mullins work is well-researched and told from ...
24 July 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
As always, Mullins work is well-researched and told from a multifaceted perspective. An interesting historical novel about interracial marriage and societal constrictions in the time leading up to the Trail of Tears. This is the first in a new series.