• Native Americans: A Captivating Guide to Native American History and the Trail of Tears, Including Tribes Such as the Cherokee, Muscogee Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Nations

  • By: Captivating History
  • Narrated by: Duke Holm, Andrew Buzzeo
  • Length: 5 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 11-19-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Captivating History
  • 5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

If you want to discover Native American history, then keep reading....

Two captivating manuscripts in one audiobook:

  • Native American History: A Captivating Guide to the Long History of Native Americans Including Stories of the Wounded Knee Massacre, Native American Tribes, Hiawatha and More
  • Trail of Tears: A Captivating Guide to the Forced Removals of Cherokee, Muscogee Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Nations

“History is written by the victors,” said the victor Winston Churchill. But does that compromise the truth of what really happened? In this new bundle audiobook from Captivating History, you will discover the shocking and controversial history of the Native Americans. 

Part one of this audiobook include topics such as:

  • Startling theories of the arrival of the first Native Americans
  • The current understanding of similar and rival tribes based on region
  • Arctic and Subarctic tribes and nations
  • Northeastern and Southeastern peoples
  • The Seminole Wars
  • Sitting Bull - Fighting despite all odds
  • Wounded Knee
  • The unbreakable code of the Code Talkers
  • And a great deal more you don't want to miss out on!

The following topics will be covered in part two of this audiobook: 

  • The early relationship
  • The growth of Manifest Destiny
  • The discovery of gold and the Indian Removal Act
  • Peaceful protests and a push for recognition
  • The people versus the president
  • The militia force removal
  • The Trail of Tears
  • Stories of pain, loss, and love
  • Making a new home
  • And a great deal more you don't want to miss out n!

Listen to this audiobook now to learn more about Native American history!

©2018 Captivating History (P)2018 Captivating History

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Aweslome

This book offers a true look at American history and offers more insight than the traditional books on American history whose idea of being comprehensive is starting with the history of England and the Magna Carta and only mentions the original Americans in passing.

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Awesome Information

This book is an exceptional introduction to the history usually suppressed or misrepresented in schools and colleges. It is accessible to high school and college level readers, but can even add to the store of knowledge of experts in American Indian history.

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Great Package

This book offers a readable overview of the major themes in American Indian history. Although there are many things one could find to fault in this book, there is no better overview.

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Great Researched Book

Numerous scholarly sources maintain that the number of Native Americans killed as a result of colonization and later through displacement and internment EXCEEDS the number of people killed during the Holocaust. So get some perspective here people.

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A very complete history of the Native Americans and their interaction with the Europeans they encountered over the past 400 years. It is interesting but slow going.

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Interesting

This book is creatively distilled, well evidenced, and convincing. It presents a totally different view of history that is of critical importance for all of us. I highly recommend this book for people of all ages.

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This book allows you to compare the histories of Native Americans and much of the early American events by year

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This book is one of the best I've ever read. It has a ton of useful facts and figures. The accounts are really heartbreaking...

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Amazing

It sheds light on events both little and well known--everything from the construction of a pyramid on the banks of the Mississippi that is second in size only to those of Egypt to the contributions in agriculture that Native Americans gave to European settlers, including corn and tomatoes.

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A Great Book

This book is indispensable for every reader interested in how America got to be that way. In side-by-side columns, the author chronicles the experiences of America's indigenous peoples set against global events.

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  • Darzi Jesse
  • 11-23-18

Great History Of American people

This book is really an informative package about the Native Americans. The author has compiled a great audio book for the listeners and I hoghly recommend this book.

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  • Sienna
  • 11-23-18

Very Informative Book

It lets people know the real story of the mistreatment of the indigenous people of this country. We need to let our youth know that November is NA month and it needs to be more publicly acknowledged.

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  • J.Mohammad
  • 11-23-18

Got What I Wanted


Anyone who knows how biased our history books are and that the real story of the "American Holocaust" is never told will love this book.

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  • H.Mohammad
  • 11-23-18

Detailed History

This is a great book on the history of the American Indian. I will use it as a reference in the future.

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  • Luca
  • 11-23-18

Great History Book

I strongly recommend this book to every citizen of the United States. It will change you, it will make you more compassionate and see American from the perspective of those who were here before the white man.

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  • Evie
  • 11-23-18

Great Piece Of Work


This book is so well researched. I truly feel that the American Indians to this day are the neighbor whose suffering we are ignoring as American citizens.

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  • Riley Ronnie
  • 11-23-18

A Proper Guide

This was probably the most definitive history of native Americans I have ever read. Probably due to the academic focus, the book along with its text was not as spoofed as other content

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  • Rubi L
  • 11-23-18

Comprehensive One

This is great history, thorough, objective, solidly argued and researched. Wilson's voice is professional throughout; he is never strident or angry. This is a great book, well written, thoroughly researched, balanced and unflinching.

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  • Carter F
  • 11-23-18

Very Interesting

It was very interesting and I will probably sit and read it all the way through when school is out.

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  • Aria
  • 11-23-18

Super Super Super


Listening to this book opened my eyes to what really took place in their past. I am Choctaw and knew a little about the trail of tears, just no idea how deep into Americas history it went. Great work by James Wilson. Should be required reading for anyone wanting to know the truth about our history.