I have discovered there's Indian in my family heritage.... The time is 1838. Armentia pointed to a well on the land their Cherokee master owns. ???It seems hard to believe now, son, but someday we???ll have our own land. Land...
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I have discovered there's Indian in my family heritage.... The time is 1838. Armentia pointed to a well on the land their Cherokee master owns. ???It seems hard to believe now, son, but someday we???ll have our own land. Land with a well just like this one???.??? Inspired by true events, authentic slave narratives, and other historical accounts, Abraham??'s Well is the profoundly moving story of the Black Cherokee???African Americans, both slave and free???who, along with native people, walked the Trail of Tears. It is the story of their forced removal from the Southeast to Indian Territory???-modern day Oklahoma???and of the courage and faith of one woman as she struggles to overcome her desperate circumstances. And it is the story of an author who, in researching and writing, found her own way home.
SHARON EWELL FOSTER has had a career that includes 20 years in the U.S. Defense Department, writing for Daily Guideposts, as now as a celebrated novelist. Her fiction has won the Christy, RITA, and Gold Pen literary awards, and many have earned places on Christian and Essence magazine bestseller lists. Her thought-provoking and clever writing draws readers across racial, religious, age, and gender lines. She has two grown children and lives in Chicago. Part Cherokee herself, she spent the first year of her life on a Navajo reservation.
Sharon Ewell Foster is a single mother of two, a former Defense Department employee, and an expert trainer and public speaker, making her home in Maryland. She also writes devotionals for Daily Guideposts and for the soon-to-be-released Women of Color Devotional Bible.