Reclaiming Displaced Heritages: Digital Resources
About North Georgia Editors. "American Indian Land Cessions in Georgia." About North Georgia. Golden Ink. 15 February 2000. <http://www.ngeorgia.com/history/indianla.html>.
Showcases Indian land cessions prior to 1800.
About North Georiga Editors. "Cherokee in North Georgia." About North Georgia. Golden Ink. 30 May 2002 <http://ngeorgia.com/history/cherokeeindex.html>.
Timeline; overview of Cherokee in North Georgia society and culture. Extensive history in three parts. Removal forts; Cherokee Phoenix.
About North Georgia Editors. "Native Americans in North Georgia." About North Georgia. Golden Ink.15 February 2000 <http://ngeorgia.com/history/findex.html>.
Showcases Indian groups: Woodland, Moundbuilders, Creek, and Cherokee.
About North Georgia Editors. "The Trail of Tears." About North Georgia. Golden Ink. 10 February 2000 <http://www.ngeorgia.com/history/nghisttt.html>.
Showcases numerous links to forts, famous people, and other historic sites. Extensive coverage of Cherokee, with user friendly links to history, sites to visit.
A. "Countering Prejudice Against American Indians and Alaska Natives
Through Antibias Curriculum and Instruction." ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse
on Rural Education and Small Schools. October 11, 1999 <http://aelliot.ael.org/~eric/digests/edorc964.html>.
"Cherokee Nations v. Georgia." University of Georgia. October 11, 1999 <http://www.cviog.uga.edu/Projects/gainfo/cherovga.htm>.
"The Cherokee Trail of Tears 1838-1839." National Historic Trail. Trail of Tears Association. 10 December 1999 <http://rosecity.net/tears/trail/tearsnht.html>.
Showcases the Federal Indian Removal Policy.
"Chief Vann House Historic Site." Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites. Online. 14 December 1999 <http://www.gastateparks.org/info.asp?id=102&access=0&siteid=5>.
"Etowah Indian Mounds." Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites. 14 December 1999. <http://www.gastateparks.org/info.asp?id=44&siteid=5>.
Showcases the site, hours of operation, information contact, and nearby attractions.
"Federally Recognized American Indian Tribes." Indian Circle Web Ring. The Seminole Tribe of Florida. 30 May 2002 <http://www.indiancircle.com/links.shtml>.
Official site of the Cherokee Nation. Includes web of recognized American Indian tribes. History and Cherokee Phoenix.
Montre, Leah. The Cherokee Page. 10 December 1999 <http://members.aol.com/tuckermice/cherokee.html>.
Showcases a great paper by this 3rd grade student in St. Louis.
Trail of Tears." Georgia Stories. Peachstar. 20 January 2000
Showcases history, photographs, study questions/answers, and student resources.