Indian Removal Act of 1830: Trail of Tears

The following sources include maps of the Southeastern Tribes and their relocation to new areas. There is also a documentary on the impact of the Indian Removal Act.

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  1. Southeastern Native American land occupation in the early 1830's. The red indicates the path taken for the Indian removal, and the yellow indicates the new Indian Reservations.
  2. Map of Territory 1891
  3. Modern Day Map of Cherokee Territory in Present Times
  4. Modern picture of Cherokee man and woman in front of store in Cherokee, North Carolina
  5. Slide show of a modern re-enactment of the Trail of Tears, traditional Cherokee Clothing, and dance.
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