End of Trail Commemorative Powwow

End of Trail Commemorative Powwow

Sep 21st 2019 - Sep 22nd 201912 Noon-4PMWaterloo

The Powwow is held in remembrance of all that walked the Trail of Tears and salutes all Military personnel. It is held in conjunction with the Trail of Tears Corridor Association. Powwow is presented by United Cherokee AniYunWiYa Nation. There will be Native American drumming and dancing. Vendors, both Native America and Motorcycles will be on site. Free Camping. Saturday at 10:00AM will be a walk to the water. Powwow Grand Entry will be at 1:00PM. Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride® begins in Bridgeport, AL and ends in Waterloo, AL. Here you'll learn about the history of the Trail of Tears, see the Trail first hand, and feel the brotherhood shared by those who ride it. Join us on the ride along part of the original Trail of Tears to honor the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole nations.

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    • Waterloo AL, 35677

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    Waterloo is located along the north shore of Pickwick Lake, a reservoir along the Tennessee River created by Pickwick Landing Dam approximately 20 miles (32 km) downstream. Second Creek, which flows from the north, empties into Pickwick Lake at Waterloo, creating a small inlet. The point at which the states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, meet is located several miles northwest of Waterloo. County Road 14 connects Waterloo with Florence to the east.

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    Waterloo is located in the The Shoals Area of the North Alabama Region

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