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A popular British Indian agent suddenly becomes a hunted man.

This DVD is based on the critically-acclaimed historical narrative A Demand of Blood: The Cherokee War of 1776. Author Nadia Dean's award winning docudrama brings to life a story buried deep in America's past—until now.

DVD includes two bonus videos.

Prefer to order by mail? Send us your address along with $19.95 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Valley River Press, PO Box 369, Cherokee, NC 28719.

Reviews

Dann Jacobus

Dann Jacobus

"Wow! Really, really riveting. It brought me back to the book by painting a visual image and putting faces on the characters. And what great characters – the actors were fabulous and portrayed their historic counterparts superbly. The music set the mood and lent to the drama of the story. Historical cameos and clothing/props – spot on."  – Dann Jacobus, contributing artist to A Demand of Blood and Cherokee Diplomacy in South Carolina

"American history is rarely shown from the perspective of Native America. Nadia Dean's work should become a standard for students and historians." – Lynne Harlan, Eastern Band Cherokee Indians
Mark Sage

Mark Sage

"Nadia’s film is entertaining and educational, connecting me emotionally to the time period. Cameron was born out of Nadia’s deep love of American history, the Cherokee people and her meticulous, exacting research." – Mark Sage, Frontier Historian, staff writer for Muzzleloader magazine

"A clear and vividly evocative account of a complex and little understood portion of American history. Kudos to Nadia Dean, as accomplished in her artistry as in her scholarship."  – Bernie Dunlap, Humanities Scholar
Luther Lyle (left) with Cherokee storyteller Jerry Wolfe

Luther Lyle (left) with Cherokee storyteller Jerry Wolfe

"Cameron is an excellent interpretive portrayal of the historical drama that Nadia captured so well in her book A Demand of Blood. Her choice of actors and locations and her music and script make this drama a masterpiece among interpretations of this important era of our nation's history and heritage." – Luther Lyle, Director/Curator, Museum of the Cherokee in South Carolina