Trail Of Tears ride from New Echota, Ga. to Tahlequah, Ok

Trail Of Tears ride from New Echota, Ga. to Tahlequah, Ok

From Lisa Christiansen

I am raising funds for the Trail Of Tears ride honoring MMIW, the riders who must sit this year out, and our Elders. I will be Riding to representing all Cherokee people, representing United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee

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8 months ago

I am raising funds for the Trail Of Tears ride honoring my Dad, the riders who must sit this year out, and our Elders.

I will be Riding to representing all Cherokee people, representing United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma, also my friends/family at the John Hair Cultural Center & Museum and all Keetoowah Citizens!!!...

The Cherokee Nation chooses 9 Tribal citizens (children) every year, it is quite an honor.

This is approximately a 1,000 mile ride, prayers appreciated.

These donations will go towards volunteers, funding the ride such as gas, tolls, etc. It will also fund supporting the communities along the route and with Gods grace that we receive enough donations it will also benefit the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma... and most importantly it will bring awareness to our tribe and The #KeetoowahNation

I will be posting live videos every day on the ride, I’ll be sharing pictures, a Cherokee word of the day, and historical information that I encounter along the journey. I will also be sharing what my day was like, a video journal.

What makes this unique as I will be riding alone this entire ride. There will be a support vehicle that transports my camping gear from one town to the next.

#TrailOfTears #RememberTheRemovalRide #IndianRemovalActOf1830 #KeetoowahStrong #NewEchota #Cherokee #IndianCountry #HonorThyFather #HE>i

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8 months ago

Update #1

I am raising funds for the Trail Of Tears ride honoring my Dad, the riders who must sit this year out, and our Elders.

I will be Riding to representing all Cherokee people, representing United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma, also my friends/family at the John Hair Cultural Center & Museum and all Keetoowah Citizens!!!...

The Cherokee Nation chooses 9 Tribal citizens (children) every year, it is quite an honor.

This is approximately a 1,000 mile ride, prayers appreciated.

These donations will go towards volunteers, funding the ride such as gas, tolls, etc. It will also fund supporting the communities along the route and with Gods grace that we receive enough donations it will also benefit the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma... and most importantly it will bring awareness to our tribe and The #KeetoowahNation

I will be posting live videos every day on the ride, I’ll be sharing pictures, a Cherokee word of the day, and historical information that I encounter along the journey. I will also be sharing what my day was like, a video journal.

What makes this unique as I will be riding alone this entire ride. There will be a support vehicle that transports my camping gear from one town to the next.

#TrailOfTears #RememberTheRemovalRide #IndianRemovalActOf1830 #KeetoowahStrong #NewEchota #Cherokee #IndianCountry #HonorThyFather #HE>i

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