Trail of Tears Resources

National Trail of Tears Association -

The Snelson-­Brinker House in Crawford County, Missouri, is a certified site on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. In …

National Trail of Tears Association -

The James Brown Farmstead in Hamilton County, Tennessee, is a certified site on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. …

National Trail of Tears Association - James Brown House

James Brown was an important Cherokee leader at the time of the Removal in 1838. His house and farm were …

National Trail of Tears Association - Cherokee Removal from Georgia

When Congress designated Trail of Tears National Historic Trail in 1987, it asked the National Park Service to help administer …

National Trail of Tears Association - John Ross House

At the time of the Cherokee Removal in 1838, John Ross was the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Ross …

National Trail of Tears Association - John Ridge Home

At the time of the Cherokee Removal in 1838, John Ridge was one of the most influential leaders in the …

National Trail of Tears Association - Major Ridge Home

Major Ridge was a leading figure of the Cherokee Nation during the time of Cherokee removal. In 1835, Major Ridge …

National Trail of Tears Association - Alabama Forts And Camps

When the Cherokee Removal began in earnest in May 1838, Cherokee Indians lived in a large, scattered area in northeastern …