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"A Road Through History"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"A Road Through History"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"What Is The Trail of Tears?"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"What Is The Trail of Tears?"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"A Frigid Crossing"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"A Frigid Crossing"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"A Resting Place for the Weary"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

Story boards reveal the tragic tale of the Trail of Tears at Laughlin Park in Waynesville, MO. Image by Laura Huffman for Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.

Roubidoux Bridge at Waynesville, MO.

Roubidoux Bridge at Waynesville, MO.

Drive through Hooker Cut along Route 66 near Devils Elbow, MO to get a real feel of the Mother Road!

Drive through Hooker Cut along Route 66 near Devils Elbow, MO to get a real feel of the Mother Road!

Roubidoux Spring at Laughlin Park in Waynesville, Missouri

Roubidoux Spring at Laughlin Park in Waynesville, Missouri

"Discover A Hidden History"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

"Discover A Hidden History"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

Don't forget to stop by Devils Elbow, MO and see this 1923 Steel Tressel Bridge while you are on your Route 66 Travels!

Don't forget to stop by Devils Elbow, MO and see this 1923 Steel Tressel Bridge while you are on your Route 66 Travels!

Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit in Waynesville, MO

Discover A Hidden History- Cherokee Trail of Tears Encampment Waynesville, Missouri

"A Trail of Tragedy"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit in Waynesville, MO

Discover A Hidden History- Cherokee Trail of Tears Encampment Waynesville, Missouri

"Why Did The Cherokee Stop Here?"- Trail of Tears Wayside Exhibit- Waynesville, Missouri

Vintage postcard of Munger-Moss Sandwich Shop on Highway 66 at Devils Elbow, Missouri. Courtesy of Joe Sonderman.

Vintage postcard of Munger-Moss Sandwich Shop on Highway 66 at Devils Elbow, Missouri. Courtesy of Joe Sonderman.

Vintage Postcard of the View at Devils Elbow, Missouri on Route 66. Courtesy of Joe Sonderman.

Vintage Postcard of the View at Devils Elbow, Missouri on Route Courtesy of Joe Sonderman.

Route 66, Missouri, Devil, Demons

Brewer & Shipley, the duo who released the popular folk song "One Toke Over The Line", titled their 7th album "Welcome To Riddle Bridge". The album name pays homage to a popular gathering place, on the Gasconade River in #PulaskiCountyUSA. The bridge was replaced in the late 1980's.

Brewer & Shipley: Welcome To Riddle Bridge

Brewer & Shipley, the duo who released the popular folk song "One Toke Over The Line", titled their album "Welcome To Riddle Bridge". The album name pays homage to a popular gathering place, on the Gasconade River in The bridge was replaced in the late

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