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Take a moment to visit a part of the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. Read about some people who traveled the trail to remember those who came before them.

Trail of Tears sign on Hwy 71 through Fayettev...

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Tetona Dunlap – ‘Remember the Removal’ traces Trail of Tears in

The Trail of Tears took place over the winter months of 1838 through 1839. An estimated 16000 Cherokees were forced at gunpoint to trek across the present-day states of Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri and Arkansas. …

Publish Date: 06/04/2010 9:08

National Trails Day at New Echota

The Trail of Tears Association welcomed a group of youths from the Cherokee Nation this weekend, kicking off a 600-mile bicycle ride in remembrance of the Trail of Tears. The youths, mostly from Oklahoma, toured the New Echota State …

Publish Date: 06/07/2010 12:40

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