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Mighty Nantahala

The Nantahala River runs in western North Carolina. It was named after the town of Nantahala, which means “Noonday sun” in Cherokee—cliffs hid the sun until noon. Part of my children’s novel, Stone man and the Trail of Tears, takes place along this river. (I believe the town site is under water)

 

Stone Man kidnaps Tsatsi’s sister during the #Cherokee Trail of Tears. Can Tsati rescue her? Is Stone Man a monster? Stone Man by Charles Suddeth   http://tinyurl.com/y4fptr67 Kobo – http://tinyurl.com/y34p62re @dancinglemurpre – http://tinyurl.com/y8pt5kx8 #history #nativeamerican

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Nantahala, ᎾᏁᏔᎭᎳ, means “noonday sun.” Until the Trail of Tears, it was a

Cherokee town—cliffs hid the sun until noon. The Nantahala River is named after it. The town site may be under Lake Nantahala.

The characters in my novel, Stone Man and the Trail of Tears, came from this area.

 

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Wild River

The Nantahala River is in North Carolina. It was named after the Cherokee town of Nantahala. Nowadays it is known as a white-water river. Much of my novel, Stone Man and the Trail of Tears, take place around the Nantahala River.

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