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More Than 50,000 Riders Expected for 18th Annual Trail of Tears Motorcycle Ride
September 17, 2011
Starting on September 17 the "largest organized motorcycle ride in history" according to WDXE.com will begin in Chattanooga, Tennessee...
Trail of Broken Treaties: A 30th Anniversary Memory
Suzan Shown Harjo
November 06, 2002
The week before Election Day 1972, the Trail of Broken Treaties caravans pulled into Washington, D.C., to present federal policymakers with solutions to the myriad problems in Nati...
Chickasaw Nation Officials To Join City of Hernando Celebration
June 30, 2011
The City of Hernando, Mississippi will celebrate its Native American roots over the Fourth of July weekend, and officials from the Chickasaw Nation will be joining the celebration...
Cherokee Bicyclists Hit the Road for 900 Mile “Remember the Removal” Ride
June 12, 2011
In 1984, a group of students and volunteers road bicycles across North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illionis, Missouri and Arkansas to remember the removal of thousands ...
The Last 10 Miles of My Journey on the Trail of Tears
May 10, 2011
On the morning of April 20th, we measured off the last ten “make-up” miles and Kristal dropped me on Highway 62, five miles east of Tahlequah...
Marybelle Chase Honored With Cherokee Nation Gadugi Award
March 21, 2011
Marybelle Chase was recently given the Gadugi Award in recognition of her academic contributions to the Cherokee Nation...
400 Miles and Counting on Trail of Tears Journey
March 14, 2011
The Mississippi River was the last of three major river crossings on the Trail of Tears. The Cherokees paid toll ferry operators to get themselves and their wagons across...
Nervous Moments on the Trail of Tears
March 05, 2011
Standing on the south side of the Ohio River, I thought my Trail of Tears experience in Kentucky was over – but my wife had a surprise for me...
533 Miles to go on my Trail of Tears Journey
February 24, 2011
As my hiking escort, Ellis, and I pushed northward out of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, my wife got a guided tour of the area...
300 Miles into My Journey on the Trail of Tears
February 15, 2011
I started the morning of February 11 th in Guthrie, Kentucky – a small town on the Tennessee border...
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