Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance
Overview of the Trail of Tears, the forced relocation in the 1830s of Native Americans from the southeastern U.S. to Indian Territory (Oklahoma).
The Trail of Tears Historical Marker
A group of approximately 660 Cherokees traveled through McNairy County in late fall of 1838. Also called Bell's Treaty Party, it was the only detachment to be accompanied by the military. (A historical marker located near Selmer in McNairy County, Tennessee.)
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HELL ON THE BORDER by CHERYL PIERSON
It was said, "There is no Sunday west of St. Louis--no God west of Ft. Smith." Indian Territory. A perfect haven for outlaws of every kind. They could run west of Ft. Smith where lawlessness reigned, where there were no consequences for any crime--until Judge Isaac Parker and his U.S. Deputy Marshals took charge. By 1870, the Indian Territory had become a hellhole not fit for honest citizens. The last civilized gateway into the territory was in Arkansas--Ft. Smith. The Five Civilized Tribes…
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