Trail of Tears Works Cited Page | History In A Nutshell

“American Experience; We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears.” GBH Archives. Web. June 22, 2022. Accessed 22 June 2022.

Anderson, Dale. Westward Expansion. Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2001.

“Andrew Jackson.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Accessed 22 June 2022.

Blue, Rose, and Corinne J. Naden. The Formative Years, 1829 to 1857. Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998. Editors. “Trail of Tears.”, A&E Television Networks, 9 Nov. 2009, Accessed 22 June 2022.

Hook, Sue Vander. Trail of Tears. ABDO Publishing, 2010.

Makos, Isaac. “Roles of Native Americans during the Revolution.” American Battlefield Trust, 21 Jan. 2021,,were%20eager%20to%20expand%20westward. Accessed 22 June 2022.

Pauls, Elizabeth Prine. “Trail of Tears.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 30 Nov. 2021, Accessed 22 June 2022.

Rea, Amy C. The Trail of Tears. Core Library, an Imprint of Abdo Publishing, 2017.

Smith, Ryan P. “How Native American Slaveholders Complicate the Trail of Tears Narrative.”, Smithsonian Institution, 6 Mar. 2018, Accessed 22 June 2022.

Wolk, Tamara. “The Cherokee Land Lottery, the Trail of Tears and the History of Lafayette Road.” Northwest Georgia News, 20 Dec. 2016,,compensation%2C%20including%20some%20money%2C%20and. Accessed 22 June 2022.

Zuber, David. “Trail of Tears (1831-1850) .” Black Past, 9 Feb. 2022, Accessed 22 June 2022.