Trail Of Death Journey

Journal notes walking the "Trail of Death" tracing the Potawatomi Indians forced removal from Indiana to Kansas in 1838. This blog is in process of being re-ordered and moved to

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Location: Marion, Indiana, United States

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READ THIS BLOG FROM BOTTOM UP TO FOLLOW THE HIKE--click on April below in the archives section for the beginning of the walk.

The BOOK is now available here real cheap.... includes the other half--petit's story and 40% additional devotional and reflecting insights.

This material here is the "raw" unedited blog I did while walking before the additional research and writing of the "rest of the story"

If you buy the book and don't like it--send it to me and I'll buy it form you--it is a good read!


Blogger sassafras245 said...

I am so impressed with your story and your insight of your trip! I hope that you do , do a book on your Journey. I learned a lot from what you wrote and how you felt on your Quest. I feel that I was beside you in spirit. Wish I could have walked at least part of the Trail with you!!

I think Women felt more about your trip because of the needed to nest and love of family! I was told more women do Genealogy than men. I guess we need to know, where we have been. The past is a big memory to us, Knowing is learning about how we became ourselves.

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