Official Map and Guide
WALK IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS
The Official Map and Guide interprets the Trail of Tears events of 1838-1839, when the Cherokee Nation and four other southeastern tribes were removed from their homelands to Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Indian removal was an American act of opportunistic oppression and avarice. It is the story of tragedy and loss, but also of survival and remembering the past.
Trail Brochure in Large Print
Download the text only trail brochure in large print. The brochure is formatted for ADA standards when printed at 11" x 17".
These brochures give in depth information on the Trail of Tears story in each state and offer more trail sites to visit.
The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail rack card provides a general overview to start your journey on the trail.
Last updated: January 27, 2020