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Cherokee Removal Memorial Park Friend’s Group

Physical Address: 6800 Blythe Ferry Lane, Birchwood, TN 37308 Mailing Address: PO Box 10, Birchwood, TN 37308 Phone: 423-339-2769 email: nawilliams49@yahoo.com

Decatur Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Physical Address: 163 Arrants Rd, Decatur, TN 37322 Mailing Address: PO Box 605 Decatur, TN 37322 Phone: 423-334-3661

68 Wine & Spirtis

423-334-3050

Affordable Auto Repair

14633 State Hwy 58 S. Decatur, TN 37322 423-454-0327

Agency Creek Campground

Location: 35.37197144791334, -84.90663733640204

American Job Center

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Armstrong Ferry Campground

6450 Armstrong Ferry, Decatur, TN 37322 | (423) 618-3715 

Armstrong Ferry Public Boat Ramp

Chickamauga Reservoir  Location: 35.45487215447685, -84.96201292482206 

Bayside Bar & Grill

134 Bayside Dr., Ten Mile, TN 37880 | (865) 898-1993

Meigs County, TN

Just upstream from Chattanooga, the Tennessee River spreads out into two beautiful lakes – Chickamauga Lake and Watts Bar Lake. Meigs County, Tenn., borders both reservoirs along its western border, offering easy access to both lakes and an assortment of marinas and campgrounds catering to the boating crowd. The Hiwassee River crosses the southern portion of the county, where it empties into the Tennessee River. Combine...

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Bear Branch

Chickamauga Reservoir  GPS location: 35.38248,-85.01522 

Big Springs

Watts Bar Reservoir  Location: 35.69211,-84.69799 

Blythe Ferry (1809)

National Register of Historic Places  TN-60 at the Tennessee River, Birchwood, TN  Blythe Ferry was established at the confluence of the Hiwassee and Tennessee Rivers in 1809 by William Blythe and his Cherokee wife Nancy Fields. The ferry was an important...

Capstar Bank

PO Box 305065 Nashville, TN 37322 423-745-1111

Cherokee Removal Memorial Park & Walking Trail at Blythe Ferry

6800 Blythe Ferry Ln., Birchwood, TN | 423-339-2769  The Tennessee River Valley was first inhabited by generations of Native Americans, and Meigs County contains many prehistoric sites. The Cherokees later occupied the area until it was...

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