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Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act Minibook, great for a lapbook on US history or the 1800s

Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act Minibook

Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act Minibook. This minibook is about the Indian Removal Act and how it affected not only the Cherokee, but other Indians.

When Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act he forced the Cherokee to move and about one fourth of them died on the journey this journey became known as the Trail of Tears. The trail of tears was to move from Georgia (in this case) to Oklahoma.  It was not the name of the trail until many Indians died. They died due to exposure to cold weather, starvation, and diseases. They had to travel 1,000 miles on the journey.

Cherokee Indian Legends: Cherokee Indian legends including creation stories, how the rabbit got a short tail, the bear legend, and the eagle's revenge.

The Jewish Role in the Native American Genocide

Cherokee Indian - Trail of tears.Georgia to Oklahoma where many died along the way. I am of Cherokee heritage and I live on land that I own in north Georgia once inhabited by a Cherokee village or hunting camp. I take great pride my Cherokee heritage.

Cherokee Indians Trail Of Tears | Trail of Tears: The Relocation of the Cherokee Nation (American ...

History Books

Trail of Tears: The Relocation of the Cherokee Nation (American History) by Lydia Bjornlund. Buy Trail of Tears: The Relocation of the Cherokee Nation (American History) online, free home delivery.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens (1903), a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears in 1838.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears in 1838 ------ Learn and talk about Trail of Tears, American Old West, Cherokee Nation Chickasaw tribe, Ethnic cleansing in the United States

Route 66. Joe & Aggie's Cafe, another vintage diner still open for business.

Route 66 - Joe & Aggie's Cafe, a vintage diner still open for business.

Have you been seeing "Route 66" soda all over the place on your journey so far? Well, one of the first places you run across on this stretch is Mr. C's Route Post (24200 Route 66, Waynesville MO), where the Route 66 Sodas originate.

Have you been seeing "Route soda all over the place on your journey so far? C's Route Post Route Waynesville MO), where the Route 66 Sodas originate.