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Unformatted text preview: some of my things also. I am sick of seeing Indians, they have been on this trail for the past two years and I dont see it ending anytime soon. Although I am wounded, I can not stand the death of my wife. I have to bury her Sunday. I do not want to see that look on my childrens faces as we put there mother into the ground. I think that we will go to New York. There are plenty of opportunities there and more importantly, no Indians. I now feel the pain that my dad showed when he talked about Indians killing his brother. Since the last raid, I have been thinking to myself. What if we would have just left those people alone? They never did anything to us but we still tried to get rid of them because we felt threatened. Im sure that there are bad Indians, but the Cherokee seemed to be good. I think that I didnt trust them because I didnt know anything about them. I have been ignorant for all of these years and it has finally cost me....
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- Fall '08
- Trail Of Tears