Link to the 26th Conference Page (see this page for the latest information) When: October 16-18, 2023Where: Cherokee Casino & Hotel in West Siloam Springs, OKConference Room Rate: $109.24 (includes tax) per night Room Block Code: #1510TOTATRReservations: phone 918-422-6301 (reservations online not available for this room block) Tentative Schedule:
The Missouri Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association is delighted to present a monograph entitled Trail of Broken Promises by the chapter president Mr. Rocky Miller. Rocky is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and a former State Representative for the State of Missouri. Rocky is a Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor. As a Land Surveyor, he… Read More »
An Article by the Missouri Humanities’ Archeologist By Erin N. Whitson, M.S. Links added by Chris Dunn The Cherokee People Survived Most of us have heard about Cherokee Removal (or the Trail of Tears) at some point in the past. We’ve all heard the general layout of the story…Cherokee folks did everything in their power to stay in… Read More »
Its NToTA’s 25th! The 25th National Trail of Tears Association‘s Annual Conference & Symposium starts tomorrow. Check it out! Especially, the conference program. New: The Interactive Lt. B.B. Cannon Journal Map The Journal of BB Cannon is considered one of the best resources for exploring the history of the northern route of the Trail of Tears. Along with… Read More »
An Act of Congress In 1830, Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, which required the various Indian tribes in today’s southeastern United States to give up their lands in exchange for federal territory which was located west of the Mississippi River. Most Indians fiercely resisted this policy, but as the 1830s wore on, most of the major tribes… Read More »
Let’s talk about how a team of people are sharing the Undiscovered Story of the Cherokee Tribe on the Trail of Tears in Missouri. I’m Chris Dunn, the GIS Guy on the team. For me, this project started sometime in 2019 when Dr. Bill Ambrose and Steve Belko, Ph.D. somehow found me, after looking around the State of Missouri for someone to begin mapping their research and discoveries. I knew very little about the Trail of Tears then.