Not Forgotten LbNA # 42975
|Placed Date||Aug 24 2008|
|Found By||Sneaky Sneaks|
|Last Update||May 26 2013|
Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center 561 Hwy 165 Fort Mitchell, AL
-Follow the road uphill to the right for parking.
-Read about the “Creek Trail of Tears” then follow the concrete path leading further up the hill.
-While remembering “our origins” read about “Today’s Southeastern Indians”.
-Continue to read about the “Sacred Fire” and the “Square Grounds”.
-After walking through the metal rails, follow the concrete path to the left.
-This path will lead you to the Census of 1832.
-Move on to take a closer look at the Sacred Fire.
-While standing in front of the Sacred Fire look towards the “Indian Ball Ground for a scenic view.
-Walk towards the stone wall and after you’ve enjoyed the view, walk the asphalt path to the left.
-Soon you will find a beaten path on the left that offers information on the local plants.
-As you walk this path look for the “Black Jack Oak”.
-The bush on the left of the Black Jack Oak is where you’ll log some memories of your own, while remembering the people who are gone but not forgotten.
Note: if your time allows, take a self guided tour of Fort Mitchell. There is a fee of $6.00 for Fort Mitchell, hours of 10am to 5pm Monday – Saturday,
Sunday 1pm to 5pm Website of Fort Mitchell is www.fortmitchell.org