Marker Dedications

The New Blythe Ferry Marker.
Special thanks to Woodmen of the World for Sponsoring this marker.

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation Bill John Baker and TOTRAI Board Members at the Blythe Ferry  Marker Dedication.

The Seminole Nation  Marker.
Special thanks to Woodmen of the World for Sponsoring this marker. 2012

Principal Chief of the Seminole Nation, Leonard M. Harjo and TOTRAI Board Members unveil  the Seminole Nation Marker in 2012.

Woodmen of the World Representatives and Trail of Tears  Law Enforcement Liaison At the Lawrenceburg Marker Dedication. The New Lawrenceburg Marker.

First Nations People Bell Route marker on the Square in Fayetteville. Made possible with the assistance of the Frito-Lay Rise Team and Trail of Tears Remembrance Association, Inc.

 

 

The Fayetteville Bell Route Marker made possible by The Trail of Tears Remembrance Association, Inc. and Woodmen of The World Society.

 

 

 

The dedication with The Mayor, TOTRAI Board Members and Committee member, The Frito Lay Rise Team Members, First Nations People and TOTRAI Volunteer Jane Beech

 

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