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11 edition of The journal of Jesse Smoke found in the catalog.

The journal of Jesse Smoke

a Cherokee boy

by Joseph Bruchac

  • 308 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern states
    • Subjects:
    • Trail of Tears, 1838 -- Juvenile fiction,
    • Cherokee Indians -- History -- Juvenile fiction,
    • Trail of Tears, 1838 -- Fiction,
    • Cherokee Indians -- History -- Fiction,
    • Indians of North America -- Southern states -- History -- Fiction,
    • Diaries -- Fiction

    • About the Edition

      Jesse Smoke, a sixteen-year-old Cherokee, begins a journal in 1837 to record stories of his people and their difficulties as they face removal along the Trail of Tears. Includes a historical note giving details of the removal.

      Edition Notes

      Map on folded page at end.

      Statementby Joseph Bruchac.
      GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction.
      SeriesMy name is America, A Dear America book
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ7.B82816 Jo 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination203 p. :
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6791724M
      ISBN 100439121973
      LC Control Number00055619

      The journal of Jesse Smoke: a Cherokee boy. [Joseph Bruchac] -- Jesse Smoke, a sixteen-year-old Cherokee, begins a journal in to record stories of his people and their difficulties as they face removal along the Trail of Tears. The paper discusses the journal-entry narration format in "The Journal of Jesse Smoke" and asserts that this format seems to detract from the story itself, by fragmenting it and making the book harder to follow.

      Jesse Smoke, a sixteen-year-old Cherokee, begins a journal in to record stories of his people and their difficulties as they face removal along the Trail of Tears. Includes a historical note giving details of the removal/5(5).   Bruchac (The Journal of Jesse Smoke, p. , etc.) sets this short nail-biter, based on a Mohawk legend—about a man with an appetite so insatiable that he eats himself down to bones, then goes after his relatives—in modern New York state. Despite her protests, when Molly’s parents suddenly disappear, she’s handed over to a tall, thin stranger claiming to .

      The Journal of Jesse Smoke book. Read 49 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When thousands of Cherokees were forced west by settlers. The Journal of Jesse Smoke: A Cherokee Boy, The Trail of Tears, by Joseph Bruchac (June ) The Journal of Douglas Allen Deeds: The Donner Party Expedition, by Rodman Philbrick (November ) The Journal of C.J. Jackson: A Dust Bowl Migrant, Oklahoma to California, by William Durbin (April ).


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The journal of Jesse smoke is a great book about Cherokee people moving north because their land was being taken by white people. This book is about the adventure of him, his family, and his friends.

With plague and a lack of resources, will he make it to his new home?/5(50). Sixteen-year-old Jesse Smoke records the events leading up to the Trail of Tears as well as the excruciating journey west in this diary-format novel that comes alive with details of everyday life and of Cherokee spirituality and world view.5/5(12).

Joseph Bruchac is a highly acclaimed Abenaki children's book author, poet, novelist, and storyteller, as well as a scholar of Native American culture.

His novels include CODE BREAKER, THE JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE, NIGHT WINGS, DRAGON CASTLE, and WOLF MARK; among many by: 2. Sixteen-year-old Jesse narrates in journal form the events leading up to the forced relocation of the Cherokee Nation from its ancestral (and treaty-granted) territory to Indian Country in Jesse is a thoughtful boy who has had to give up his mission schooling in order to take care of the family farm after the murder of his father at the hands of white thugs three years earlier.

Critically acclaimed author Joseph Bruchac's exciting JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE is now in paperback with a dynamic repackaging In in Tennessee, the Cherokee Nation is on the brink of being changed forever as they face the Removal -- being forcibly moved from their homes and land, in part because of a treaty signed by a group of their own by: 2.

Bruchac, Joseph THE JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE: A Cherokee Boy. ISBN New York: Scholastic, pp. $ Young Jesse must assume many responsibilities beyond his years as he endures the Trail of Tears. He and his family have their land and possessions stolen and must journey to the new Cherokee territory.

The Cherokees call The Trail of Tears "Nunda'utsun'yi", or "The Place Where the People Cried". Jesse Smoke, his mother, and sisters are forced to abandon their home, their land, and their possessions when they and several thousand other Cherokees are forced west on The Trail of Tears. Illustrations.

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Critically acclaimed author Joseph Bruchac's exciting JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE is now in paperback with a dynamic repackaging. In in Tennessee, the Cherokee Nation is on the brink of being changed forever as they face the Removal -- being forcibly moved from their homes and land, in part because of a treaty signed by a group of their own people.

His novels include CODE BREAKER, THE JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE, NIGHT WINGS, DRAGON CASTLE, and WOLF MARK, among many others. He also coauthored the bestselling Keepers of the Earth series with Michael Caduto.

Critically acclaimed author Joseph Bruchacs exciting JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE is now in paperback with a dynamic repackaging. In in Tennessee, the Cherokee Nation is on the brink of being changed forever as they face the Removal — being forcibly moved from their homes and land, in part because of a treaty signed by a group of their own people%().

The Journal of Jesse Smoke, a Cherokee Boy, also known as On This Long Journey, is the twelfth book in Scholastic's My Name Is America series. It was written by Joseph Bruchac and first published in June It was republished Book in series: Joseph Bruchac is a highly acclaimed Abenaki children's book author, poet, novelist, and storyteller, as well as a scholar of Native American culture.

His novels include CODE BREAKER, THE JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE, NIGHT WINGS, DRAGON CASTLE, and WOLF MARK; among many others. About the Book Jesse Smoke, a sixteen-year-old Cherokee, begins a journal in to record stories of his people and their difficulties as they face removal along the Trail of Tears.

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FREE Shipping on $35 or more B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help/5(4). Jesse Smoke, a sixteen-year-old Cherokee, begins a journal in to record stories of his people and their difficulties as they face removal along the Trail of Tears.

Includes a historical note giving details of the removal.Critically acclaimed author Joseph Bruchac's exciting JOURNAL OF JESSE SMOKE is now in paperback with a dynamic repackaging In in Tennessee, the Cherokee Nation is on the brink of being changed forever as they face the Removal -- being forcibly moved from their homes and land, in part because of a treaty signed by a group of their own people.

The Journal of Jesse Smoke is the story of the Cherokee emigration known as the “Trail of Tears.” In this retelling, a sixteen year-old Cherokee boy shares his experiences from the time leading up to the forced emigration, their months trapped in a stockade camp, through his family’s travels to the new lands in the west.