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Nunna daul Tsuny: Walking the Trail of Tears
The Trail Where They Cried, or "Nunna daul Tsuny" in Cherokee, was also known as The Trail of Tears. More than 4,000 adults and children died as a result of illnesses, weaknesses, and torture from soldiers as Cherokee were rounded up and forced to walk to western lands. It started in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and ended, for those who made the journey, in the Indian Territory of Oklahoma. On our site, you can learn about the Cherokee by reading about them, playing games, taking our quiz, and providing us information about your Cherokee ancesters.
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