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    Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens, a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. (1903)

    • Cie Cefeg

      Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens. Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. 1903. Learn and talk about Trail of Tears, Cherokee Nation (19th century), Ethnic cleansing, Forced marches, Forced migrations of Native Americans in the United States

    • Noelia Gonzalez

      Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens, a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. (1903) one of the saddest times in American history.

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      Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens, a Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. (1903)

    • Shannon Jacob

      Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens. Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. 1903. @Deidré Wallace

    • Kathleen Ryan

      Elizabeth "Betsy" Brown Stephens. Cherokee Indian who walked the Trail of Tears. 1903.

    • shawn gentry

      Elizabeth Brown Stephen, a Cherokee woman who walked the Trail of Tears. This image was pinned because it is another person who was forced to a new home and it is another person who lived during the harshest point of Native American history. It cannot be said too many times that history is about the people. This pin could be used in an essay by exploring psychological aspects of what happened after the Indian Removal Act.

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