“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Other markers are related to the Cherokee Exodus.
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By Amanda Hartley, May 11, 2010
Cherokee Chief Bowles Marker
1Texas, Van Zandt County, Edom — 11383 — Cherokee Chief Bowles
On this site the Cherokee Chief Bowles was killed on July 16, 1839 while leading 800 Indians of various tribes in battle against 500 Texans. The last engagement between Cherokees and whites in Texas.Map (db m91605) HM
2Texas, Henderson County, Chandler — 12952 — John Crane
In 1830, John Crane applied to be a part of Joseph Vehlein's colony. Reportedly from Virginia, he was a veteran of the War of 1812. He moved his wife and seven children to what is now Walker County, Texas, in 1834. There, he organized men and became . . . Map (db m31567) HM
3Texas, Smith County, Bullard — 7711 — Camp of the Army of the Republic of Texas
At this site was the camp of the Army of the Republic of Texas under Generals Edward Burleson, Thomas J. Rusk, Albert Sydney Johnston, Hugh McLeod, Kelsey B. Douglas and Col. Willis H. Landrum just before they engaged Chief Bowles of the Cherokees . . . Map (db m91603) HM
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Mar. 22, 2023