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    North Georgia History - Index
      US - Southeast
    Early Indians - a look at the builders of the Etowah Indian Mounds / Hernando de Soto to James Oglethorpe / The American Revolution in Georgia / North Georgia, 1783-1828 / Pine Barrens Speculation and Yazoo Land Fraud / The Walton War (Georgia vs. North Carolina) / Creek Indians / A history of the Cherokee in North / Georgia, part I / A history of the Cherokee in North / Georgia, part II / The Cherokee / The Talking Leaves and The Cherokee Phoenix / Land cessions of Native Americans in Georgia / Gold Rush of 1828 / Trail of Tears / North Georgia before the Civil War / And lots more!
    Northwest Georgia's Chieftains Trail
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    The Chieftains Trail was designated by the 1988 Georgia General Assembly a state historic trail for the purpose of preservation, promotion and commemoration of Northwest Georgia's Native American heritage. The Chieftains Trail guides travelers to nine public sites representative of the Indian cultures which once thrived here in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. These sites showcase the pre-historic, Cherokee and Creek cultures.




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