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Websites are listed here because they have information that we feel could be useful.  We do our very best to screen all links and select only those we feel are family oriented and kidsafe.  However, ONEOFMANYFEATHERS does not control the content found on third-party sites, so we are not always aware when their content changes.  If you discover a link that contains inappropriate materials, or that does not work properly, please contact our management immediately.  Thank you.


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This fire is a memorial to those people who suffered and died on the infamous 'Trail of Tears.  It also commemorates the reuniting of the Eastern and Western Cherokee Nations here at Red Clay.  Aug., 7, 1837 -- Apr., 6, 1984
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