Cherokee Removal Memorial Park
    OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
        ADMISSION FREE
   DAYLIGHT UNTIL DARK

   VISITOR CENTER HOURS:
 Th, Fr, and Sa 10AM to 4PM
        Sunday 1PM to 5PM

     6800 Blythe Ferry Road
             PO Box 10
    Birchwood, TN 37308
      Phone: 423 339 2769
PREFACE
GET YOUR NATIONAL PARK PASSPORT STAMPED
@ Historic Blythe Ferry
Dedicated to those that died and those that cried in what has become known as the Trail of Tears
One-fourth of the 16,542 Cherokees identified for removal in the 1835 Cherokee Nation Census perished due to their forced removal persuant to the illigitimate New Echota Treaty. Today we take pride in being champions of human rights and oppose ethnic cleansing. What happined to the Cherokees should not be forgotten.

The Memorial will list the name of the Head of Household and the number of members from the 1835 Census.This is the closest thing to a headstone that most of those that perished will ever have.
DIRECTIONS
REMOVAL MEMORIAL
PARK PLAN
CHEROKEE HISTORY
1835 CHEROKEE CENSUS
REMOVAL ROUTES
CHEROKEE SILLIBARY
ORGINIZATION
WILDLIFE
NEWS
LINKS
PARTNERS
We need your help for continuing operation and development of the Park
A PLACE TO REMEMBER
PBS Trail of Tears Video