Cherokee Nation by Scholastic Teacher Resources SC-937089

The Trail of TearsIn May of 1838, General Winfield Scott and 7,000 soldiers began rounding up all the Cherokee at gunpoint and herding them into overcrowded, disease-ridden stockades like cattle. By October they were divided into 13 groups and forced to march on foot beside ill-equipped wagons for more than 800 miles. The Cherokee called … Read more

Symbols of Freedom by Gary Grimm & Associates – GGA510

Columbus called the first Native Americans he met Indians because he thought he had reached the East Indies when he first came to the New World. By the time Europeans came to America, there were a thousand Native American nations in North America. Among these various tribes were the Delaware, Sioux, Cheyenne, Apache, Blackfeet, Seminole, … Read more

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