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Grady Rediscover the History of Native American Aborigines in Grady Overstreet’s “Golden Sun from the Journal of William Henry”

Santa Barbara, CA – WEBWIRE

There is a lot that mankind would yet to find out in the future, but there is a lot in the past that needs remembering. As cliché as it may sound, the past is vital in living the present such that it contains stories that entail lessons man has to live by. Hence, Grady Overstreet publishes his book that narrates the history of the Cherokee, Catawba, and Shawnee people.

“Golden Sun from the Journal of William Henry” begins with the discovery of two young men of a dusty leather-bound book crackling with age from a secret room that has been sealed for two hundred and fifty years. A wall was breached in 1964; thus, how the two young men gained access inside the room and finding the bizarre book. Within its pages are tales about war and peace and the love and death of the Native American tribes, which took part in the era of the European occupation in America. Other than the general life of these tribes, the focus of the story is brought on the Catawba war Chief, Tahasha, and his white-skinned brother, Golden Sun, who is the sachem of the Enoree.

Overstreet excellently lays out a mental map for readers that allows for visualization, to better understand the story, especially the historical aspect of it. Moreover, he also highlights in this work, the great and basic human individual and group struggle to thrive in a highly oppressive world. The book is a fine existing material for people that aim to feel all sorts of feelings and learn all sorts of lessons about the past and the contemporary world. It also allows readers to empathize with the Native American tribes as they strive to survive.  “Golden Sun from the Journal of William Henry” book copies are available at

“Golden Sun from the Journal of William Henry”
Writer: Grady Overstreet
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication Date: March 16, 2018
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1546233644
ISBN-13: 978-1546233640
Kindle: $3.99
Paperback: $13.99
About the Author
Grady Overstreet was brought up mainly in South Carolina and Virginia, which are homes to the Native American tribes he so interestingly published a book of, the “Golden Sun from the Journal of William Henry.”

South Carolina is where he was born and educated and Virginia is where he pursued a significant part of his education. He enlisted in the United States Air Force shortly after graduating high school. After his military service, he settled in Santa Barbara, California where he worked as a geologic and civil engineering draftsman. Overstreet spends his leisure time at present by biking and fishing on the central coast.


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