ultrafacts:The Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Oconee, and many…

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The Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Oconee, and many other tribes created Trail trees or trail marker trees. They were an ancient form of land and water navigational aid, as well as a marking system to denote areas of significant importance such as
ceremonial sites. These trees were used by many, if not all, of the
Native American tribes and later by fur traders and early pioneers. The
Trail Marker Trees differed in their appearance and
formation from tribe to tribe and from region to region. Examples of
these trees have been found all across the United States and throughout
Canada. 

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