Thousands of Cherokee women and children cried when they were forced to march 2,200 miles from their homelands east of the Mississippi River to “Indian Territory” (now known as Oklahoma). More than one Native American tribe suffered a similar hardship.
Most people have heard of the Trail of Tears and associate it with the Cherokee. But did you know more than one American Indian tribe suffered a similar hardship? Sign up to download “Trail of Tears: The Long Walk" to learn about other tribes affected during the forced relocation to the reservations.
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