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Hello agents: When Tsatsi and his sister get lost during the 1838 Trail of Tears, he fights Stone Man, a Cherokee monster. My great-great grandfather was a Cherokee whose family escaped and went north during the Trail of Tears. 100 more words

“Wherever there has been great suffering, people are always seeing strange things.”

(Ghostly apparitions on the Chickamauga battlefield. Photo courtesy of Danial Druey.)

The Battle of Chickamauga was a costly one. On September 19 – 20, 1863, approximately 35,000 men were killed, wounded, or missing. 415 more words

VOB News October 2016 "Live from the ANNA Call"

Follow up from this months busy events:

The ANNA Call, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. 

You have undoubtedly heard, at some point in your life, about the Trail of Tears. 725 more words


A Blessed Burden

New Opportunities
Years ago I was given an open invitation to speak at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS, by my former professor, Dr. Elias Medeiros. 412 more words

Native America

Williamson coaching track at Cherokee

Retired Western Carolina University coach Danny Williamson did not stay retired for long.

He is the new track coach at Cherokee.

Williamson and the Braves have sent out an e-mail to all WNC track coaches indicating that they would like to host as many as three “polar bear” indoor track meets before Christmas break (Nov. 98 more words


Who Inscribed the Bat Creek Stone?

Madoc, a Welsh prince who is also believed to be a brother of King Arthur II, had ventured to the lush green shores of America.  He was so impressed with the beautiful scenery and potential that he persuaded an entourage of ten ships carrying men and women to come to this apparent land of paradise.  308 more words

Living History: Connecting with Heritage, Part II

Some people are fortunate to grow up in a community and/or family where heritage is fixed and known to all. Others know little about their ancestors or have only vague information whence they came. 830 more words