A stone cairn marks the burial site
of William Weatherford. Also called
Red Eagle, he led warriors during
the Creek War of 1813-1814.
The Trail of Tears
An overlook at Fort Smith National
Historic Site in Arkansas tells of
the five Trails of Tears walked by
the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw,
Chickasaw and Seminole.
American Indian History & Historic Sites in the South
The "Indian Territory"
The Agency building in Muskogee
is one of many historic sites in
Oklahoma that tell the story of the
tribes after the Trail of Tears.
Kolomoki is one of a number of
major American Indian mound
sites in the South. It was the
capital of an advanced prehistoric
Learn more about the Native American history of the South by visiting Indian mounds, battlefields,
village sites, the routes of the Trail of Tears and more. Our pages give you information on a wide
variety of sites and points of interest associated with American Indian history in the South.
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AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY
& Historic Sites in the South
Natural Wonders of the South
Battle of Miccosukee
The U.S. Army of Gen. Andrew
Jackson attacked a massive
Seminole town on the banks of
Florida's Lake Miccosukee on
April 1, 1818.
The famed Cherokee scholar
built this log cabin after he moved
to what is now Oklahoma ahead
of the Cherokee Trail of Tears. It
is now a noted historic site.
The massive Emerald Mound in
Mississippi covers nearly 8 acres
and is more than 750 years old. It
can be seen along the historic
Natchez Trace Parkway.