Trail of Tears Favorite Links
United Cherokee AniYunWiYa Nation
United Cherokee AniYunWiYa Nation in support of the Town of Waterloo and the State of Alabama Alabama Indian Affairs Commission has hosted the POW WOW at Waterloo since inception.
State of Alabama Alabama Indian Affairs Commission
State of Alabama Alabama Indian Affairs Commission has been instrumental in all aspects of the success of this evnet. The State of Alabama Alabama Indian Affairs Commission has coordinated the Intertribal POW WOW at Waterloo since inception. AIAC was created by a State Of Alabama Legislative Act. The Alabama Indian Affairs Commission (AIAC) represents more than 38,000 American Indian families who are residents of the State of Alabama.
||The Trail of Tears Association (TOTA) is a non-profit, membership
organization formed to support the creation, development, and
interpretation of the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. Designated
as a national historic trail by Congress in 1987, the Trail commemorates
the forced removal of the Cherokee people from their homelands in the
southeastern United States to Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) in
1838 - 1839. In 1993, the Association entered into a cooperative
agreement with the National Park Service (NPS) to promote and engage in
the protection and preservation of Trail of Tears National Historic
Trail resources; to promote awareness of the Trail's legacy, including
the effects of the U.S. Government's Indian Removal Policy on the
Cherokees and other tribes (primarily the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee
Creek, and Seminole); and to perpetuate the management and development
techniques that are consistent with the National Park Service's trail plan.
North Alabama, also known as the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, formed in 1964 with the express purpose of developing
North Alabama’s travel industry and marketing the region to the traveling public. We now serve sixteen counties with an ever-expanding
membership base representing progressive travel-regulated businesses and associations as well as various levels of government.
Our hope is to expand on, and not duplicate, the objectives or efforts of local associations and organizations that represent specific
We all prosper by working together in a unified effort to promote the sixteen-county region’s natural, historic and man-made attractions.
To join us as a member, you must be located within our 16 counties. If you have questions please email Sandra@northalabama.org..
Explore our trails that will take you on a journey from the birth of the Singing River to the rhythms that fuel our soul.
Travel also the same ancient paths where the early Native American settlers carved out a thriving community imbued with their mystical
culture. The Singing River influence their way of life just as it compelled William Christopher Handy to reproduce the sounds of our
unique Southern Soul.
Stories of overcoming adversity abound throughout the Shoals, from enduring the battles of the Civil War era to the inspirational
accomplishments of Helen Keller.
Today the “Shoals” area is includes Florence, Muscle Shoals, Sheffield and Tuscumbia. Florence is the largest city in Lauderdale County.
The small town flavor of our soul and the large city refinement are evident as your stroll through our charming historic districts, play
18 holes of world class golf, reel in a trophy size bass or indulge yourself in our tantalizing array of southern cuisine .
Ranked as the fifth safest place to live in the nation, The Shoals is perfect for your future vacation or retirement!
200 Jim Spain Drive
Florence, AL 35630
Phone: 256-740-4141 Toll Free: 1-888-356-8687
Chickasaw Council House Museum
||The mission of the Chickasaw Nation Museums and
Collections is to reclaim and preserve our past and to
carry our heritage into the future by providing a means
to educate the Chickasaw people and public.
Cherokee Heritage Center
For tickets and information contact: Group Sales 918-456-6007
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[firstname.lastname@example.org] is the first and only flute
maker to have a flute played in outer space. One of my
river cane flutes was played on shuttle flight STS-113
and played aboard the space station. That flute was
placed into the American Indian museum in Washington two
weeks ago along with an Eagle feather that flew with it.
I am attaching a copy of the Smithsonian news. The
flutes will be 6 hole River Cane flutes and will be in
the key of F#. The flutes will be concert tuned and
lacquered. If you go to the Oregon Flute web page and go
to near the bottom of the page you will see my flutes
and my bio.
Info on James Gilliland at:
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as Mick Lindley's write up on his 2000 Trail of Tears experience and pictures.
2009 Major Biker Rallies and Events
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