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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VHEMES vhemes = visual + themesstart by dragging a predesigned vheme onto the canvas OBJECTS drag and drop icons,shapes, text or upload your own from our extensive library of artwork your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] double click on textto edit or change TEXT Trail Where They Cried The three different trails traveled through many different states. These states were Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, and Tennessee. The approximate length of the Trail of Tears is 1000 miles. One of the people affected by the Trail of Tears, and the Indian Removal Act was Samuel Cloud. He was just a young boy when "white men" came to his home and begin "...begin knocking over pottery and looking into everything." Cloud and his mother are then held at gunpoint and then led into to a stockade. Cloud describes it as being herded into a pen like they are cattle. During the stay in the stockade, Cloud's father dies. Soon after his father's death, Cloud and his tribe are told to follow the "white men." On the 1000 mile journey to Indian Territory, Cloud's mother falls ill with a fever and a cough, and soon after dies. The death count for the Trail of Tears has been estimated at anywhere from 424 deaths (the official government count at that time) to 8,000 deaths. This figure includes people from the Choctaw, Seminole, Creek, and Chickasaw tribes, as well as those from theCehrokee tribe. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. President Andrew Jackson was the one to sign the Indian Removal Act and start the removal of Indians, but it was President Martin Van Buren who sent troops into the Cherokee Nation to exoidite the process. For the Cherokee, the horrendous journey began in 1838. Depending n which route, The Trail of Tears began near either Charleston, Tennessee, or Fort Payne, Alabama.
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