Lands, Cherokee, and the Trail of Tears
The Film: DIGADOHI means lands in Cherokee and the story of their removal is recorded in the archaeology at places like the Snelson-Brinker farm in Missouri and in the traditions and family histories of the Cherokee today. Using cutting edge archaeological methods, STEM, and archival research a group of community activists and Cherokee leaders work to rescue a historic property from the arsonist’s flames and identify the graves of the Cherokee who died there on the Trail of Tears?
DIGADOHI is now being shown on PBS stations nationwide!
Funded by: The Missouri Humanities Council
Produced by: STRATIGRAPHIC PRODUCTIONS
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