Podcast: The American Legacy of the Cherokee Trail of Tears

General Andrew Jackson won the nasty election of 1828 and was elected President of the United States.  At this time, over 125,000 Native Americans still occupied millions of acres in the American southeast – land they had lived on for generations.  In a little over a decade, thanks the Indian Removal Act, there would be few left alive anywhere east of the Mississippi River. 

Depiction of the Cherokee Train of Tears
Depiction of the Cherokee Train of Tears
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LOST IN HISTORY Blog/Podcast about key forgotten history still relevant in today's world. Paul Andrews also has 5 historical adventure novels, all available on Amazon.

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