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Routes, statistics, and notable events of the Trail of Tears.

Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance

Overview of the Trail of Tears, the forced relocation in the 1830s of Native Americans from the southeastern U.S. to Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

Original Cherokee Land Map - Nette, perhaps she was Cherokee.  This is much more likely than Soux.

History of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian Nation

Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Indian Territory, Cherokee Indian Nation History, What are the requirements for Cherokee Membership, What are the qualifications for the Cherokee Indian Nation Membership

Grave is located in the Chota Memorial, Monroe County, Tennessee, near the Little Tellica River.

Grave is located in the Chota Memorial, Monroe County, Tennessee, near the Little Tellica River.

Pottery from Cherokee nation.

Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual - Cherokee North Carolina Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1946, the nation's oldest Native American Cooperative. Showcasing the traditional arts and crafts of over 250 members. Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

This 1921 book is accepted by many as one of the few basic resources available for serious study of Cherokee genealogy and history.

History of the Cherokee Indians - All Things Cherokee

This reprint of a 1921 book is accepted by many as one of the few basic resources available for serious study of Cherokee genealogy, history, legal documents, and biographical information on leaders and old families. Forty portraits of prominent Cherokees and other old photos of that time period are included. The book also covers several prominent Cherokee family trees, which makes this an excellent resource for Cherokee genealogy researchers. About the Author: Cherokee historian…

cherokee indian symbol for love - Google Search

cherokee indian symbol for love - Google Search

Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance | Britannica.com

Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance

Overview of the Trail of Tears, the forced relocation in the 1830s of Native Americans from the southeastern U.S. to Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

~Mary Jane Blair-Ball (Cherokee Euro-American) With Her Daughter, Sara Jane Ball-Moore (Cherokee Euro-American), & Her Husband James Harvey Ball - circa 1880~

~Mary Jane Blair-Ball (Cherokee Euro-American) With Her Daughter, Sara Jane Ball-Moore (Cherokee Euro-American), & Her Husband James Harvey Ball - circa 1880~