Road to Cherokee: A California Epic by
Mary Ray King
Historical novel of families who traveled by wagon and
settled in Cherokee
reviewer Dan Barnett, called The Road to Cherokee "a
triumph" and named it his 2016 book of the year. It's the first time
ANCHR has published a fictional work, which is the culmination of a 67-year-old
dream to bring it to print by the family of the author, Mary Rae King.
Itís Butte Countyís very own epic novel, rich in history and human drama. Written
in 1947 and published for the very first time, The Road to Cherokee isnít
just a novelóitís a historical epic that will sweep you into another time.
ANCHR added photographs and annotated history to provide perspective for the
modern reader about events that, while they happened generations ago, still
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