Travel 200 miles without leaving northwest Georgia on a journey that could take more than a couple of days.
New settlers feared that the Native American culture could not live safely together.
Other pioneers developed a fever that was contagious with greed. They sought to take gold from those who claimed this territory before they came.
In fact, it is estimated that some gold has never been found and was hidden by native ancestors from the earlier explorers.
Discover how they fought on the sides of British, and the militia that would eventually lead to the American Revolution.
Learn how they were forced from their land by those who were too greedy to let them stay as they tried to make peace.
The Indians created their own form of government and the way they were removed was unconstitutional.
Because of what they gave up, its worth taking some time to learn their story. Walk a while in their footsteps.
After all, they walked 200 miles across nine states,and many never made it to their destination.
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Native American Tour
D.Jay Powell began almost a decade ago researching a passion on the topic of Christian Heritage. The journey led to learning about heritage tourism. Since then, he has been active in promoting his region through writing articles, book publishing, travel guide publishing, online writing, blogging, and producing a mobile platform. He works with merchants in the region to let folks know of the treasures in this part of the Appalachian Region. .