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The Cherokees were forcibly removed from Georgia in the 1830s. The U. S. Army prepared military installations they deemed necessary for the removal operation, which eventually became known as "The Trail of Tears."

Titled: Cherokee Removal: Forts Along the Georgia Trail of Tears, this report contains a wealth of information, much of it new, in easy-to-read format.

The report, authored by Sarah H. Hill, was published March 2005, under a joint partnership between The National Park Service and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources/Historic Preservation Division. It can be viewed by clicking the link below. Visitors can print any or all of the report.

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