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The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy (2006)

Documentary on the 1838 Cherokee removal from the southeastern United States, dubbed the "Trail of Tears."

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Chip Richie
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Credited cast:
Shane Alan Bowers Shane Alan Bowers ... Wagon Driver - Wrangler
John Buttram John Buttram ... Himself (voice)
Robert J. Conley Robert J. Conley ... Himself
Rita Coolidge ... Herself (voice)
John B. Finger John B. Finger ... Himself
Victor Gage Victor Gage ... Himself
James Garner ... Himself (voice)
Crystal Gayle ... Herself (voice)
Shannon Michael Hall Shannon Michael Hall
Shelly Hall Shelly Hall
Barbara Lynn Henson Barbara Lynn Henson ... (as Barbara Rains)
James Earl Jones ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Duane King Duane King ... Himself (as Dr. Duane King)
Daniel Littlefield Daniel Littlefield ... Himself (as Dr. Daniel Littlefield)
Jamie Loy ... Oklahoma Re-Enactor
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Documentary on the 1838 Cherokee removal from the southeastern United States, dubbed the "Trail of Tears."

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Cherokee

Release Date:

1 February 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Andersonville, Georgia, USA See more »

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Rich-Heape Films See more »
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Color
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15 January 2008 | by HeatherJG_65See all my reviews

I bought this DVD on Ebay & just really watched with my husband. We both have Cherokee ancestors & it is incredible to watch this & hear West Studi talking in the Cherokee language. It adds the authenticity to the video's subject matter. I would recommend anyone purchasing this even it is to learn the history of the Cherokee. It truly tells the tale of the Cherokee's beginning in the South & their removal to OK & those who escaped to NC to live on the Qualla Boundary Reservation. You can't help but to be engrossed in this video. You will learn things that the history books don't mention. I would recommend showing this movie in a history class at a school. This is totally a wonderful movie. It is beautifully taped & narrated.


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