• 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
  • 3.4 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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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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SJW Garbage

The author has decided that science is a European import, and therefore scientific facts about the origin of Native Americans are to be ignored in favor of ancient mythology and oral traditions. The DNA evidence is incontrovertible: Native Americans are descended from Northeast Asia. You can do all the special pleading in the world, it won't change the facts.

This book is rubbish. Returning it for a refund.

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not a historical text

the writing is amateurish - reads like a high school paper more than a learned history.

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Meh..

Nothing contributed by this author of any original thought. 8th grade reading level. Just my opinion.

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Distractingly biased

I was hoping for a balanced history of Native Americans, both the good and bad. But this was like listening to Fox News talk about the Democrats, or MSNBC talk about the Republicans. The book was so distractingly biased that I became a bit skeptical of the "facts" that were presented and wondered what contradicting facts were deliberately left out or glossed over.

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Not much about Native Americas

This is much more about how the Europeans and Americans treated the Native Americans (badly) and less about how the Native Americans lived and their history (which is vast).

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Only get half the story.

Half finished sentences, more of synapses then a whole story, would not recommend this book

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  • Mr. D.
  • 03-15-20

Left wing bias

I was happily listening to the opening chapters and the author starts talking about how native Americans arriving in North America - after saying the usual science doesn’t really know - he starts using language like “Europeans stealing the land”. I don’t want a unreasonable political bias in my history. So this isn’t for me.

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  • ryan
  • 01-06-20

vomit worthy narration

An embarrassingly contrived English accent used by the narrator. Not one person has ever crossed my path in England that sounds this way, coupled with the use of US English speaking it was like nails on a chalk board. the narrator constantly digs at Americans to this day, as if the book is a whipping of them and their behaviour, like this book is not for them to read. During the tales he uses the awfully enhanced English droning voice to speak sentences like they were moved "off of the land" and things of a 'doobious' nature. if you're going to use such and awfully put on English accent, and slam Americans please speak in correct English.

it's "moved off the land"
and, " dubious"
cringey performance.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-26-21

truly enlightening

this was truly enlightening, sad and fascinating. I'm encouraged fo find out more about native American history