i followed the trail to find my way home
The Cherokee portion of this removal began on May 26th, 1838.
the trail of tears lead to Oklahoma
yes they were apart of the trail of tears
What happend during the trail of tears? What were their conditions? What happend during the trail of tears? What were their conditions?
trail of tears is located inidian
Yes, it would read "Trail of Tears"
trail of tears by jordyn
The Trail of Tears ended in the early 1840s.
were their any animals seen on the trail of tears
trail of tears
there were diseases like bad diseases on the trail of tears
The trail of tears occurred because of a battle on the ocean
Yes the Cherokee's marched the Trail of Tears.
The phrase "Trail of Tears" originated from a description of the removal of the Cherokee Nation in 1838.
Yes and no. We still call it the trail of tears but the Cherokees call it the trail that we cried on.
The Trail of Tears was a trail between nine states that was used to force the Native Americans from their lands.
The "Trail of Tears" began in 1836 and went on through 1839.
the trail of tears started in 1836 and ended 1839
Famine and diseasesplagued Indians on the Trail of Tears.
What helped the Cherokee survie on the trail of tears
the cherekee rose is the symbol for pain and suffering on the trail of tears the cherekee rose is the symbol for pain and suffering on the trail of tears
The Trail of Tears was a horrible time in the history of the Native American. The United States forced many Cherokee Indians to travel from their homes in the Blue Ridge Mountains out to Oklahoma. Many of them died along the way, which is why they call it the Trail of Tears.We learned about the Trail of Tears in school today.
The oregon trail was a voluntary expedition, but the trail of tears was a forceful act placed by the us government.