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Trail of Tears Association
412 N Hwy 100 Suite "B"
PO Box 329
Webbers Falls, OK 74470



19th Annual Trail of Tears Confernce and Symposium T shirt

$17.00 w/ Free shipping!

Available in "Sand" or "Heather Red".   


Trail of Tears National Historic Trail by Elliott West

$3.95 (SOLD OUT)


This booklet gives a brief history of removal of the 5 "Civilized Tribes," including the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Seminole.

Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy



This DVD explores America’s darkest period: President Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation to Oklahoma in 1838. Nearly a quarter of the Cherokee Nation died during the Trail of Tears, arriving in Indian Territory with few elders and even fewer children. Presented by Wes Studi and narrated by James Earle Jones, “Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy” has already captured an impressive array of awards, including the Silver World Medal for History, New York Festivals 2007; the Silver Film Award, Telly Awards 2007; the Best Documentary Award, American Indian Film Festival 2006; and the Founder's Award, International Cherokee Film Festival 2006. This film is endorsed by both the Cherokee Nation and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

The Journal of Rev. Daniel S. Butrick



This journal provides a daily eyewitness account of the forced removal of the Cherokees from their homelands to Indian Territory in 1838 - 1839. Rev. Butrick served from 1818 until Removal at various Cherokee missions. At the time of Removal, he elected to travel with the Cherokees and left a detailed account of day to day events of the trip.

1835 Cherokee Census



This book contains the names of the heads of households for the entire Cherokee Nation just before removal, as well as details about the make-up of the families and farms. The census was taken by the U.S. government for the purpose of estimating the value of the Cherokee Nation in case the tribe as a whole did not approve of the amount the government was giving the Cherokee Nation for their homelands.

"Following the Evening Star"



Print by Cherokee artist Donald Vann. Signed by the artist. 20″ × 36″.

Trail of Tears National Historic Trail patch



Trail of Tears National Historic Trail lapel pin



Trail of Tears Association lapel pin



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