How the Cherokees were removed from Georgia

A waterfall on Raccoon Creek

It must be remembered that the Cherokees in North Georgia were educated to the extent that they could read and write. New Echota, located in northwest Georgia, had its own special town. This is where a newspaper was published. New Echota, upon the confluence of the Coosawattee and Conasauga rivers, was occupied by ancient indigenous cultures for many years before the historic occupation of the Cherokee. It was…

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Jeannette Holland Austin

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Author of 100+ genealogy books. Owner of 8 genealogy websites available by subscription. https://georgiapioneers.com/subscribe/subscribe.html

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