Supporting The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail
Supporting The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

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Trail segment along the Northern Route at Pea Ridge National Military Park in northwestern Arkansas. The wayside exhibits overlooking the Arkansas River at Fort Smith National Historic Site, located on the Water Route in western Arkansas, depict in 5 individual panels the removal stories of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Seminole Nations. The award-winning Trail of Tears exhibit at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, OK, includes a tactile "bead wall," with each bead representing one removed Cherokee, totaling 16,000 beads. Also, life-cast figures depict the travel along the Trail of Tears.


Products  
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail by Elliott West
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail by Elliott West
$3.95
Product #: B101

This booklet gives a brief history of removal of the 5 "Civilized Tribes," including the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Seminole.

 
Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy
Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy
$34.00
Product #: D610

This DVD explores America’s darkest period: President Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation to Oklahoma in 1838. Nearly a quarter of the Cherokee Nation died during the Trail of Tears, arriving in Indian Territory with few elders and even fewer children. Presented by Wes Studi and narrated by James Earle Jones, “Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy” has already captured an impressive array of awards, including the Silver World Medal for History, New York Festivals 2007; the Silver Film Award, Telly Awards 2007; the Best Documentary Award, American Indian Film Festival 2006; and the Founder's Award, International Cherokee Film Festival 2006. This film is endorsed by both the Cherokee Nation and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
The Journal of Rev. Daniel S. Butrick
The Journal of Rev. Daniel S. Butrick
$12.00
Product #: B102

This journal provides a daily eyewitness account of the forced removal of the Cherokees from their homelands to Indian Territory in 1838 - 1839. Rev. Butrick served from 1818 until Removal at various Cherokee missions. At the time of Removal, he elected to travel with the Cherokees and left a detailed account of day to day events of the trip.
 
1835 Census
1835 Census
$28.00
Product #: B103

This book contains the names of the heads of households for the entire Cherokee Nation just before removal, as well as details about the make-up of the families and farms. The census was taken by the U.S. government for the purpose of estimating the value of the Cherokee Nation in case the tribe as a whole did not approve of the amount the government was giving the Cherokee Nation for their homelands.
 
Royal Blue Polo
Royal Blue Polo
$26.00 Reduced price! Reg. $36
Product #: Men — T303
                  Women — T304
Sizes Adult S - XL
limited supply
 
 
White Polo
White Polo
$26.00 Reduced price! Reg. $36
Product #: T301
Sizes Adult S - XXL
limited supply
 
Navy Polo
Navy Polo
$26.00 Reduced price! Reg. $36
Product #: T302
Sizes Adult S - XXL
limited supply
 
Tee Shirt
Tee Shirt
$15.00
Product #: T305
Sizes Adult S - XXL
 
Light Blue Polo
Light Blue Polo
$36.00
Product #: T306
Sizes Adult S - XXL
 
Following the Evening Star - Print by Cherokee artist Donald Vann, signed by the artist "Following the Evening Star"
Print by Cherokee artist Donald Vann, signed by the artist
$35.00
Product # V710
20" x 36"
 
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail patch Trail of Tears National Historic Trail patch
$4.50
Product # P504
 
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail lapel pin Trail of Tears National Historic Trail lapel pin
$4.00
Product # P507
 
Trail of Tears Association lapel pin Trail of Tears Association lapel pin
$4.00
Product # P509


      

To order these items, print the order form, fill it out, and send a check or money order to:

Trail of Tears Association
1100 N. University, Suite 143
Little Rock, AR 72207

The product order form is in PDF format. You will need Acrobat Reader to view it. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader free of charge from Adobe's website.


1100 North University, Suite 143
Little Rock, AR 72207
Phone: (501) 666-9032
Fax: (501) 666-5875
E-mail: TOTA@arindianctr.org


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