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Check Out Trail of Tears National Site!

On a recent promotional trip to Eastern Tennessee I had the opportunity to tour the Blythe’s Ferry area.  This is where several thousand Cherokee passed on the forced march to Oklahoma which was to become known as the infamous Trail of Tears.  The site is extremely well done and the documentation …

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Working on Book 2 in the Cherokee Series…Due Out This Summer!

Look for Book 2 in the Cherokee Series…. Losing St. Christopher Chancellor’s education continues as he struggles to bridge the gap between his nation and that of the New Americans while his father’s world comes apart. The Cherokee Nation is fragmenting as well. Encroachment and violation of treaties leave little …

Cherokee Removal Memorial Park @ Historic Blythe Ferry, Birchwood, TN

Blythe Ferry is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Blythe Ferry* is located at the northwest corner of the 1835 Cherokee Nation at the confluence of the Hiawassee River with the Tennessee River. In the fall of 1838 nine of the thirteen detachments under Chief John Ross‘ supervision, …