RE: [jacksongenealogy] Wagon roads in Jackson Couty in1837
- I hope the Cherokee tribe is able to obtain the land
you spoke of, since so many people in this county have
native blood in their ancestry,I, being one of them.
Dad used to tell stories handed down from his mother's
mother about the Trail of Tears. I wish I had paid
closer attention as a child.
I am hoping to instill in my grandchildren a love of
genealogy. Any tips on this would be greatly
--- Richard Matthews <prm@...> wrote:
> According to the USGS Larkin's landing was on__________________________________________________
> present day Goosepond
> Island just a little down river from the former
> Revere barge unloading
> dock. The exact coordinates of the Landing is Lat
> 34.578 Long 86.045
> Larkin's Ferry was a bit down river from the
> Landing, being located at
> the south end of the island where old Roseberry
> Creek emptied into the
> river. The easiest way to reach the site is by boat.
> This is a very
> scenic spot since one is able to see many miles
> downstream on
> Guntersville Lake from this location. The island is
> owned by the City of
> Scottsboro but part has been sold off to land
> developers recent. A local
> Cherokee tribe is trying to acquire land on the
> island in this area for
> a Cherokee historical Center. This area is rich in
> history for both
> natives and white as it also played a local role
> during the WBTS.
> I am send you a photo map to your email address
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> Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] Wagon roads in
> Jackson Couty in1837
> Richard, does this map show the precise location of
> Larkin's Landing?
> If so, can you tell me where it was? Any remaining
> landmarks that would
> help identify its location today?
> Glory to God,
> David Malbuff
> Strasburg, Virginia
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