The Talbot Library and Museum, Colcord OK will be hosting Jack and Pat Fletcher, authors of the “Cherokee Trail Diaries” Volumes 1-3. The program will be Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 2-4 p.m. in the historic Springtown Schoolhouse on the Museum property.
The Cherokee Trail was the name given to the two routes taken by Cherokees traveling west to the California gold fields in 1849 and 1850. The wagon train, consisting of people from the Cherokee Nation and Northwest Arkansas, met at the Grand Saline Salt Works on the Grand River to start their journey. The Fletcher’s will be presenting information on the present status of the Cherokee Trail, along with new trail evidence and the work of groups from Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming where the it is designated a State Historic Trail.
For further information, contact the Talbot Library and Museum at 918-326-4532 or by email email@example.com We are located at 500 S Colcord Avenue Colcord,OK. Our hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. Check us out on Facebook or our website www.talbotlibrary.org. for more news and information about the TL&M.
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